C.B.I. Trestle Bridge
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C.B.I. Trestle Bridge
The Bethlehem Steel Co. laid the first closure beam of the C.B.I. trestle on Sept. 09, 1938, the juncture being over mid-river at block 50. The longest beams in this trestle were 97 feet long, 100 inches high, and weighed 38 tons. Upon dismantling the portion of the C.B.I. trestle remaining exposed at the completion of the dam, about 1000 tons of the structural steel went into the Todd-California Shipbuilding ways, some went into the Oregon Shipbuilding plant at Portland, Oregon, and also...
Cranes laying the last steel beams on the construction trestle that provided structural support and integrated the cellular concrete pours into the monolithic Grand Coulee dam.
Part of Western Waters Digital Library: http://harvester.lib.utah.edu/wwdl/; Photographer Unknown
Clifford R. Koester
Rivets and riveting--Trestles--Washington (State)--Grand Coulee Dam; Trestle construction--Washington (State)--Grand Coulee Dam; Trestles--Washington (State)--Grand Coulee Dam; Diversion weirs--Columbia River; Whirley crane--Washington (State)--Grand Coulee Dam
United States--Washington (State)--Grant County--Grand Coulee Dam site, Grand Coulee Dam (Wash.)
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A History of the Columbia Basin Project (Vol. 3, Page 223)-Cage 709: Clifford R. Koester Papers, 1927-1972: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/cg709.htm
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