Bridges of Minneapolis, Part 1: Stone Arch Bridge — Traces of Places

The Stone Arch Bridge is a former railroad bridge in downtown Minneapolis. Crossing the Mississippi River at Saint Anthony Falls, it is the only arched bridge made of stone on the entire Mississippi. It is also the 2nd-oldest bridge on the river, next to Eads Bridge in St. Louis. The bridge was built to connect the city’s railway system to the Union Depot, […]

Bridges of Minneapolis, Part 1: Stone Arch Bridge — Traces of Places

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