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Title:
Looking north on I-89 in construction
Town:
South Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1962-07-11
Description:
Highway construction, bridge completed. Erica Bruno writes on 2008-12-31: In this image, we see the beginnings of the construction of the I-89 Interstate that goes through the entire state of Vermont. While the interstate was an important technological advance for the state, it also played a huge role in the industrialization of the nation, for it opened up inter-state travel, and made it much easier for the common American. In this image, we can see that the road itself, while still dirt, has been leveled and is waiting to be paved. A little farther up, we can see the construction of a connecter bridge, which would cover the Winooski River in a section of South Burlington. The landscape surrounding the construction site is heavily wooded, but in the distance you are able to see a few sparse households. Grassy slope with wildflowers in foreground.
Filename:
LS00376_002.jpg
Size:
5800 x 4624 pixels; 5201390 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTN06095.jpg
Original Metadata:
Looking northerly from right of approx. station 2161
Keywords:
Automobiles; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Building; Buildings; Cities and towns; Commercial buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Earthmoving machinery; Earthwork; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Express highways; Forests and Plants; Geology; Grassland plants; Highway engineering; Hills; Human Activity; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Machinery; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Rivers; Road building machinery; Roads; Roads--Design and construction; Season; Summer; Time; Transportation; Trees; Trucks; Wood poles; Work;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Paul Bierman
Submitted On:
2007-12-12
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Misc. Box 1, project number I89-3(10)C2, negative number 6095
Times viewed:
81880
Title:
I-89 over the Winooski River, finished
Town:
South Burlington
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1964-10-01
Description:
The completed highway. Mr. Andrew Abboushi writes on 2008-12-26: This image of interstate highway number 89 in South Burlington, Vermont dates back to 1964. The highway itself continues straight across a bridge and then curves to the left at the end of the photograph. On the right, the embankment rises approximately 30 feet and at the crest a tall forest begins. On the left, the embankment slopes away from the highway and the forest is at even level with the road. The highway itself is two lanes northbound and two lanes southbound. There is a strip of grass dividing the highway that is approximately 10 yards across. At the bridge structure, both sides of the highway are independently supported with an empty space in the center.
Filename:
LS00376_003.jpg
Size:
5720 x 4568 pixels; 5338155 bytes
Original Filename:
AOTN09710.jpg
Original Metadata:
Looking northerly right of approx. station 2161
Keywords:
Automobiles; Autumn; Bridge approaches; Bridges; Bridges,Iron and steel; Buildings; Cities and towns; Commercial buildings; Conifers; Culture; Deciduous; Dwellings; Electric lines--Poles and towers; Express highways; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hills; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Nature; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Roads--Guard fences; Season; Stone walls and Fences; Time; Traffic signs and signals; Transportation; Trees; Wood poles;
Source:
Vermont State Archives and Records Administration
Photographer:
Donald Wiedenmayer
Submitted By:
Paul Bierman
Submitted On:
2007-12-12
Original Media:
Photograph
Catalogue Information:
Misc. Box 1, project number I89-3(10)C2, negative number 9710
Times viewed:
44112
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