Three Bridges to Paradise
Discover the unique impact of three bridges on the history and culture of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Paul St. Germain brings to life the planning, struggles and successes of the key infrastructure that provides access off and on the island. From the construction of the Blynman Drawbridge and Canal in 1643, to the Gloucester Railroad Drawbridge in 1911, to the A Piatt Andrew Bridge built in 1950, these bridges have earned a place in history.
With over 100 photographs included, this book provides intriguing stories of Gloucester’s history, as it celebrates 400 years as America’s oldest seaport.
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