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PC: Big Four Bridge, Louisville, KY
- Subject: PC: Big Four Bridge, Louisville, KY
- From: "Glass, Gordon" <GGlass@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:48:22 -0500
- Thread-index: AcTNjmp0RMepJglgRMKvofj+vdowoA==
- Thread-topic: Big Four Bridge, Louisville, KY
I am looking for
information on what is locally referred to as the Big Four Bridge in Louisville,
KY. In particular, I would like to know where the plans might reside, if
they still exist. The name comes from four railroads that originally
collaborated to build the bridge. A news article cites a merger of
Big Four and Pensylvania railroads was the beginning of Penn-Central. Any
leads on where the facilities records, particularly the bridge plans, may have
gone to would be appreciated.
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