Route VA-288 Construction - July 2002 - Photos 4-7

Here are 3 photos of Route VA-288 under construction, taken in early July, 2002.


Above, looking south, photo of construction of the 3,642-foot-long VA-288 James River Bridge. All of the bridge columns have been built, all of the pier caps on top of the columns have been built, the north abutments have been completed, and the final beams have been placed. Deck construction is nearing completion on both bridges. The bridge is of a concrete girder design (steel girders for the over-river spans), with two spans each with two lanes and full right shoulders. North of the river is Goochland County, and south of the river is Powhatan County.


Above, looking south, photo of construction of the VA-288 James River Bridge. Similar vantage point to previous photo, but to the right.


Above, looking south, photo of construction of the VA-288 James River Bridge. Similar vantage point to previous photo, but to the right.


Above, looking south, photo of construction of the VA-288 James River Bridge. Similar vantage point to previous photo, but to the right.

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All photos by Scott Kozel.

Copyright 2002 by Scott Kozel. All rights reserved. Reproduction, reuse, or distribution without permission is prohibited.

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