I took these one night as they were moving a pre-fab bridge into place where I-80 crosses 7th East.
This first one is in Fairmont Park. That’s me and my evil-twin brother. Or maybe just a 30 second shutter shot where I switched places half way through.
This bridge was already in place, where I-80 crosses Highland Drive. As you can see, they weren’t quite done with the underneath work.
Just north of the freeway is a Utah State Liquor Store. The only alcohol you can buy at a grocery store in Utah is beer, and 3.2% alcohol beer at that. All other bottled alcohol must be bought at a State owned and run liquor store, and that includes wine-coolers (alca-pop as they call it).
Looking north on Highland Drive, from right next to the Liquor Store.
The bridge at 700 East being lowered into place. It was build where the off ramp was, while traffic still continued on the freeway, and then moved into place in one day.
I’d hate to be driving I-80 west and end up on that bridge.
The next three pictures are the exact same shot, just with different shutter speeds. They were taken facing north on 7th East, facing the opposite direction from where I took the pictures of the bridge being lowered.
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