A Bridge Seen Out Of Context — Old Structures Engineering

That beauty is the Fort Point Channel bridge for the New Haven Railroad, part of the final approach to Boston’s South Station when built in 1898, and still serving in that capacity today. Fort Point Channel separates the center of Boston from South Boston, and the trains on this line are now all commuter trains…

A Bridge Seen Out Of Context — Old Structures Engineering

One thought on “A Bridge Seen Out Of Context — Old Structures Engineering

  1. The bridge has been gone for about 15 years. It was removed when the rail right of way was realigned as part of the Big Dig Tunnel Project. Also, Amtrak used this bridge to ferry equipment from South Station to the maintenance facility.

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