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Upload date:October 02, 2013


'Close up of the steel girders at the Glen Canyon Dam. Completed in 1959, Glen Canyon Dam bridge is 1,560 ft (475.5 m) long and 700 feet (213 m) above the Colorado River. It is the 4th highest bridge in the It was once almost impossible easily to cross the Colorado River for a several hundred mile stretch. The completion of this bridge, across the canyon, in the early 1960s (as part of the dam building project) changed that. A marvel of engineering, the bridge arches from sandstone wall to wall, and is a remarkable tribute to the power and elegance of building. Whether the walls could have looked still better without the bridge is another question; it was a seldom-visited stop before the bridge and dam building began.'
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