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Davenport, Iowa

Davenport is a very old and historic town on the Mississippi River. They were the site of the first railroad bridge across the Mississippi River.
The Rock Island built through the town in 1855. One of the first railroads in Iowa, this line is still active as the Iowa Interstate.
The Milwaukee Road was the other railroad in town, and is now owned by Canadian Pacific.

Bridges


Crescent Bridge


Through Truss Swing Bridge over Mississippi River


Davenport Waterworks Trestle


Pony Truss and Girder Bridge over US-67 and 11th Street


Government (Arsenal) Bridge


Baltimore Through Truss Swing Bridge across Mississippi River


Howell Street Pedestrian Tunnel


Concrete Arch Culvert over Pedestrian Walkway


DM&E 12th Street Bridge


Through Plate Girder Bridge over 12th Street


IAIS 3rd Street Bridge


Subdivided Warren Through Truss Bridge over 3rd Street and Iowa Street


IAIS 4th Street Bridge


Subdivided Warren Through Truss Bridge over 4th Street and Pershing Avenue


IAIS Alleyway Bridge #1


I-Beam Bridge over Alleyway Between Perry and Brady Streets


IAIS Alleyway Bridge #2


I-Beam Bridge over Alleyway Between Brady and Main Streets


IAIS Brady Street Bridge


Through Plate Girder Bridge Over Brady Street (Former US-61)


IAIS Division Street Bridge


Deck Girder Bridge over Division Street


IAIS Fillmore Street Bridge


Deck Plate Girder Bridge over Fillmore Street


IAIS Harrison Street Bridge


Steel Stringer Bridge Over Harrison Street


IAIS Main Street Bridge


Steel Stringer Bridge Over Main Street


IAIS Perry Street Bridge


Through Plate Girder Bridge over Perry Street


IAIS Ripley Street Bridge


Through Plate Girder Bridge over Ripley Street


IAIS Telegraph Road Bridge


Deck Girder Bridge over Telegraph Road


IAIS Wisconsin Avenue Bridge


I-Beam Bridge over Wisconsin Avenue


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