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Glendale-Hyperion Bridge
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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The 56-ft. wide, 1,370-ft. concrete arch viaduct was designed by Merrill Butler and completed in 1929. It crosses over the Los Angeles River, Riverside Drive, between Ettrick Street and Glenfeliz Boulevard, and since the 1950s, the Golden State Freeway. It is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #164.
View of the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge, also known as Victory Bridge commemorating World War I, spanning from Silver Lake to Atwater Village. A glimpse of the Pacific Electric trestle bridge is seen on the far right.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Atwater-Bridges-Hyperion Ave. Bridge; A-000-808 4x5
Bridges--California--Los Angeles
Parks--California--Los Angeles
Rivers--California, Southern
Mountains--California, Southern
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments
Panoramic views
Butler, Merrill
Hyperion Avenue (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Glendale Boulevard (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Glendale-Hyperion Bridge (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Griffith Park (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Silver Lake (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Atwater Village (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Los Angeles River (Calif.)
Santa Monica Mountains (Calif.)

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