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    • London Bridge, London England

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    • There is a number of bridges in London across the Thames. Beginning upstream they are in the following order: Westminster, Waterloo, Blackfriars, Southwark, London, and Tower. This list does not include several railroad bridges. The oldest and...
    • Grapurchat, May 4, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Eads Bridge, St. Louis, M.O.

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    • The Eads (dz) Bridge spans the Mississippi River and connects St. Louis, Missouri, with East St. Louis, Illinois. At the time it was built, it was one of the largest steel constructions the world had known. It is made up of three main arches. The...
    • The Rhine Bridge, Bonn, Germany

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    • The city of Bonn (bn) is on the west bank of the Rhine River 20 miles south of Cologne (k-ln´). The city proper has a population of about 55,000. With its suburbs it contains some 80,000 people. Its chief points of interest to the traveler are its...
    • Grapurchat, April 1, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, March 17, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • The Great Nile Bridge, Cairo, Egypt

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    • Cairo (ki´r) is the metropolis of Egypt. It is by far the largest city in all Africa. It contains over 650,000 people. This makes it as large as St. Louis. Cairo is a meeting place of the East and the West. Here Turks and Arabs elbow English,...
    • Queen Louise Bridge, Copenhagen, Denmark

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    • Copenhagen (k´ pn-h´gn) is a city of canals of water ways. It is built on islands, and parts of these are broken up by built streams or lakes. This is a long narrow lake you see pictured. Along either side of it are parks and beautiful broad...
    • Gauley Bridge, West Virginia

    • Coal--Appalachian Mountains
      Photography--West Virginia
      Landscapes
    • Bridge crossing the river in Gauley Bridge, West Virginia. The Gauley River and the New River converge at Gauley Bridge and form the Kanawha River. The Willis W. Vail Glass Slide Collection is one of three significant collections of mine-related...
    • Gauley Bridge, West Virginia

    • Coal--Appalachian Mountains
      Photography--West Virginia
      Landscapes
    • Bridge crossing the New River at Gauley Bridge. The Gauley River and the New River converge at Gauley Bridge and form the Kanawha River. The Willis W. Vail Glass Slide Collection is one of three significant collections of mine-related photography...
    • Gauley Bridge, West Virginia

    • Coal--Appalachian Mountains
      Photography--West Virginia
      Landscapes
    • Cantilever span of bridge at Gauley Bridge, West Virginia. The Gauley River and the New River converge at Gauley Bridge and form the Kanawha River. The Willis W. Vail Glass Slide Collection is one of three significant collections of mine-related...
    • Grapurchat, April 27, 1976

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • A Railway Bridge in Peru

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    • This is the Cofa bridge on the Oroya ( r´ yä) railway. It is built across a steep valley in the Andes (n´ dz) Mountains in Peru. It is, perhaps, no more wonderful than other bridges on this railway, for the Oroya railroad climbs to a point higher...

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