The historic Chittenden bridge across the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park in the United States.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A man poses looking at the Chittenden bridge crossing the Yellowstone River, in 1917. (Note: The bridge, a few miles south of Canyon Junction, was built in 1903 under the supervision of Hiram Martin Chittenden, the Seattle district engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers, and originally referred to simply as the Melan arch bridge. It was later renamed in Chittenden's honor. It was replaced in 1962 with the Chittenden Memorial bridge.)
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