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The 56-ft. wide, 1,370-ft. concrete arch Glendale-Hyperion Bridge was designed by Merrill Butler and completed in 1929; it was originally named the Victory Memorial Bridge, in honor of the men who had served in World War I. 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, looking from the Silver Lake area over the Los Angeles River towards Atwater Village and Glendale. The Verdugo and San Gabriel mountains are seen in the distance.
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00020884 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection Atwater-Bridges-Hyperion Ave. Bridge; A-000-809 4x5 CARL0000024950 http://184.108.40.206/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/91060
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