Milwaukee’s 6th Street Bridge

The bridge at 6th Street over the Menomonee River is the first cable-stayed bridge in Wisconsin used for vehicular traffic.  If you’re from the area you’d recognize the style, as it is inspired by the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Calatrava designed footbridge at the lakefront.

This bridge takes automobiles over the Milwaukee train station.  A private railroad car is parked outside the station, aglow from the light of the bridge.

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