A crane lowers 146-foot, concrete and steel girder, weighing 166,000 pounds, into place as the Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno was replaced to facilitate the high-speed rail station being built in the city. It will include a stop in Merced when complete.
A crane lowers 146-foot, concrete and steel girder, weighing 166,000 pounds, into place as the Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno was replaced to facilitate the high-speed rail station being built in the city. It will include a stop in Merced when complete. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
A crane lowers 146-foot, concrete and steel girder, weighing 166,000 pounds, into place as the Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno was replaced to facilitate the high-speed rail station being built in the city. It will include a stop in Merced when complete. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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