Monday, January 29, 2018

Art of Transportation: Canyon Diablo Bridge

Guardrail_1By John Dougherty /
ADOT Communications

Occasionally things that are old look beaten up and unattractive. Sometimes they can look weathered with an interesting patina only found on well-aged items. That's exactly what we found with this guardrail on the old Canyon Diablo bridge near Two Guns in northern Arizona. This bridge was last used more than 70 years ago. It just proves you can get better with age!  

Art of Transportation
We think there is beauty in transportation. It’s not all hard hats and pavement. Art of Transportation is a blog series featuring unique photos our team has taken while on the road or on a construction project.
Posted by Caroline Carpenter   |  Labels:  Art-of-Transportation, GUARDRAIL, Two-Guns


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