The Hackensack River Vertical Lift Bridges Historic District: Engineering, Navigation and Commerce in the Port of New York

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The Hackensack River Vertical Lift Bridges Historic District: Engineering, Navigation and Commerce in the Port of New York

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Title: The Hackensack River Vertical Lift Bridges Historic District: Engineering, Navigation and Commerce in the Port of New York
Author: Modica, Glenn R.; RGA inc; Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc
Description: The Hackensack River Vertical Lift Bridges Historic District is a historic resource unique to New Jersey. Four consecutive vertical lift bridges spanning the Hackensack River between Jersey City and Kearny comprise the district. From north to south the bridges include the Lower Hack Bridge, formerly the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad bridge; the Route 7 Wittpenn Bridge; the Pennsylvania Railroad Harsimus Branch freight bridge (now CSX/Norfolk Southern Railroad); and the Pennsylvania Railroad’s passenger bridge
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10929/41758
Date: 2016


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