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I-10-4(44) 10-4(44) rd page 47.png
Old Arizona DOT
Salt River Canyon.jpg
New and old bridges at Salt River Canyon
Arizona Route 177.jpg
Arizona Route 177
Arizona Route 87.jpg
Arizona Route 87 north of Phoenix
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Proposed I-10 interchange sequence sign (never actually erected) showing shields for 'Mountain' 510 (now SR 51) and SR 217 (now Loop 202) in Phoenix, Arizona
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Proposed I-10 interchange sequence sign (never actually erected) showing shields for 'Mountain' 510 (now SR 51) and SR 217 (now Loop 202) in Phoenix, Arizona
US180 Arizona.jpg
US180 between Flagstaff and Grand Canyon
Saguaro in Arizona.jpg
Giant Saguaro stand beside route 238 near Gila Bend, AZ
US-66 Crozier.jpg
Former US-66 in Arizona
I-10 Arizona.jpg
Approaching I-10 near Benson, Arizona
Route 177 Kearny AZ.jpg
Route 177 with lots of cacti
Cacti in Arizona.jpg
Cacti in Arizona
20170924-0029 - Shadow of The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge - 36.01308-114.74181.jpg
Shadow of The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge
20170924-0031 - The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge - 36.01194N 114.73957W.jpg
The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge (US-93) on the Arizona/Nevada border
20170923-2332 - The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from the Hoover Dam 36.01583N 114.73701W.jpg
The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from the Hoover Dam
20170923-2310 - Road carriageway over Hoover Dam 36.01651N 114.73788W.jpg
Former US-93 Road carriageway over Hoover Dam
20170923-2310 - NV172 realignment at Hoover Dam 36.01579N 114.74104W.jpg
NV172 realignment at Hoover Dam. The concrete bridge structure in the foreground has cut off a corner on the old cliff-edge road. The old corner has been pedestrianised with visitor centre access.
20170923-1902 - AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon - 35.9179723N 112.1300114W.jpg
AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon
20170923-1906 - AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon - 35.8519356N 112.1335523W.jpg
AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon
20170923-1908 - AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon - 35.8201476N 112.1320294W.jpg
AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon
20170923-1954 - I-40 heading West from Williams, Arizona 35.2195205N 112.282534W.jpg
I-40 heading West from Williams, Arizona
20170923-1955 - Warning Sign - Steep incline I-40 heading West from Williams, Arizona 35.2208257N 112.3003816W.jpg
Warning Sign - Steep incline I-40 heading West from Williams, Arizona
20170923-2000 - 448mi until LA - I-40 travelling west, approaching Ash Fork 35.21638N 112.3916655W.jpg
448mi until LA - I-40 travelling west, approaching Ash Fork
20170923-2000 - I-40 West 75mph 35.2161231N 112.3839721W.jpg
I-40 West
20170923-2006 - I-40 West at Ash Fork, Arizona - 35.2210438N 112.5076W.jpg
I-40 West at Ash Fork, Arizona
20170923-2027 - I-40 heading west near Camp Verde, Arizona 35.3160749N 112.963776W.jpg
I-40 heading west near Camp Verde, Arizona
20170923-2034 - I-40 heading west - LA 375 miles - 35.2870456N 113.1057204W.jpg
LA 375 miles RCS I-40 heading west
20170923-2048 - I-40 west towards Kingman, Arizona 35.1907696N 113.3911587W.jpg
I-40 west towards Kingman, Arizona
20170923-2053 - I-40 heading west towards Kingman - split carriageways 35.1790441N 113.484747W.jpg
I-40 westbound towards Kingman Arizona - split carriageways
20170923-2053 - I-40 West Arizona 35.1774828N 113.4973379W.jpg
I-40 westbound, towards Kingman Arizona
20170923-2054 - I-40 westbound towards Kingman, Arizona 35.171511N 113.5160306W-cropped.jpg
I-40 westbound towards Kingman, Arizona
20170923-1930 - AZ-64 heading south from the Grand Canyon - 35.4681744N 112.1738837W - cropped.jpg
AZ-64 heading south towards Williams, Arizona
20170923-2102 - I-40 westbound towards Kingman - contraflow 35.1624535N 113.6647506W.jpg
Contraflow on I-40 westbound towards Kingman
20170923-2142 - I-40 westbound at Kingman 35.2117192N 113.971279W.jpg
I-40 westbound at Kingman
20170923-2151 - US-93 Coyote Pass, Golden Valley, Arizona 35.2107201N 114.1075686W - cropped.jpg
US-93 Coyote Pass, Golden Valley, Arizona
20170923-2204 - Worlds Largest Alpaca Store, US-93 north, Arizona 35.3992983N 114.2608714W.jpg
Worlds Largest Alpaca Store, US-93 north, Arizona
20170923-2206 - 80 miles to Las Vegas - US-93 North, Arizona -35.431782N 114.2844022W.jpg
80 miles to Las Vegas - US-93 North, Arizona
20170923-2225 - US-93 north, Willow Beach Arizona 35.7495415N 114.5011447W.jpg
New blacktop, US-93 north, Willow Beach, Arizona
20170923-2233 - US-93 North 35.8490121N 114.5876657W.jpg
US-93 North
20170923-2242 - US93 North 35.9733226N 114.6894788W.jpg
US-93 North
20170923-2243 - US93 North 35.9867781N 114.7138676W.jpg
US93 North
20170923-2243 - US93 approaching Hoover Dam 35.9944166N 114.7183897W - cropped.jpg
US93 approaching Hoover Dam
20170923-2253 - The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from the NV172 - 36.0143092N 114.7418196W.jpg
The Mike O'Callaghan - Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge from the NV172
I-8 Arizona evening.jpg
Arizona shortly before sunset
London Bridge, Lake Havasu City, Arizona - Flickr - 3227888290.jpg
The London Bridge, currently located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, USA, was originally constructed in London, in 1831. The bridge was the last project of engineer John Rennie and completed by his son, also named John Rennie. By 1962, the bridge was not structurally sound enough to support the increased load created by the level of modern traffic crossing it, and it was sold by the City of London.

The purchaser, Robert McCulloch, was the founder of Lake Havasu and the chairman of McCulloch Oil Corporation. McCulloch was purported to have purchased the bridge to serve as a tourist attraction to his retirement real estate development at Lake Havasu City, which at that time was far off the usual tourist track. The idea was successful, bringing interested tourists and retirement home buyers to the area.

The bridge facing stones were carefully disassembled and each piece was numbered. After the bridge was dismantled it was transported to Merrivale Quarry where 150mm to 200mm was sliced off many of the original stones. These were shipped to the bridge's present location and re-assembly began in 1968. The original stone was used to clad a concrete structure, so that the bridge is no longer the original it is modeled after. The reconstruction took slightly over three years and was completed in late 1971. Today, it serves as a popular tourist attraction for the city.

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London Bridge, Lake Havasu City, Arizona - Flickr - 3227889346.jpg
The London Bridge, currently located in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, USA, was originally constructed in London, in 1831. The bridge was the last project of engineer John Rennie and completed by his son, also named John Rennie. By 1962, the bridge was not structurally sound enough to support the increased load created by the level of modern traffic crossing it, and it was sold by the City of London.

The purchaser, Robert McCulloch, was the founder of Lake Havasu and the chairman of McCulloch Oil Corporation. McCulloch was purported to have purchased the bridge to serve as a tourist attraction to his retirement real estate development at Lake Havasu City, which at that time was far off the usual tourist track. The idea was successful, bringing interested tourists and retirement home buyers to the area.

The bridge facing stones were carefully disassembled and each piece was numbered. After the bridge was dismantled it was transported to Merrivale Quarry where 150mm to 200mm was sliced off many of the original stones. These were shipped to the bridge's present location and re-assembly began in 1968. The original stone was used to clad a concrete structure, so that the bridge is no longer the original it is modeled after. The reconstruction took slightly over three years and was completed in late 1971. Today, it serves as a popular tourist attraction for the city.

<a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Bridge_(Lake_Havasu_City)' rel='noreferrer nofollow'>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Bridge_(Lake_Havasu_City)</a>

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London Bridge Pano - Flickr - 5557255261.jpg
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
London Bridge (Lake Havasu City, Arizona) - Flickr - 32460576388.jpg
London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. It was originally built in 1831 over the Thames River in London, England. In 1967, the City of London offered the historic bridge for sale. The bridge was purchased for $2.46 million in 1968, disassembled and moved to Arizona. The original face stones, balustrade and corbels were installed over a new concrete structure over a man-made lake. The bridge is a three-span concrete closed-spandrel arch.

The new London Bridge was dedicated on October 10, 1971.

Historic American Engineering Record (HAER AZ-57)

 
 
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