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  • New Falls New Upper Suspension bridge
    New Falls New Upper Suspension bridge
    image  New Falls New Upper Suspension bridge , Niagara Falls.     Post card reads Directly below American and Canadian (Horseshoe) Falls. Erected with single track 1868-69. Original wooden towers replaced by iron 1884. Rebuilt with new cables, anchorages and truss 1887-188. Length of span 1268 feet. Height of floor above river 190 feet. Height of Towers 100 feet ;
    image  New Falls New Upper Suspension bridge , Niagara Falls.   Post card reads Directly below American and Canadian (Horseshoe) Falls. Erected with single track 1868-69. Original wooden towers replaced by iron 1884. Rebuilt with new cables, anchorages and truss 1887-188. ...
    Niagara Falls Public Library
  • Famous Ice Bridge, Niagara Falls
    Famous Ice Bridge, Niagara Falls
    image  Famous Ice Bridge, Niagara Falls , Niagara Falls.    
    image  Famous Ice Bridge, Niagara Falls , Niagara Falls.  
    Niagara Falls Public Library
  • Ice bridge and the frozen American Falls in Winter
    Ice bridge and the frozen American Falls in Winter
    image  Ice bridge and the frozen American Falls in Winter , Unknown: Niagara Falls.     no publishing details
    image  Ice bridge and the frozen American Falls in Winter , Unknown: Niagara Falls.   no publishing details
    Niagara Falls Public Library
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