The Sixth Street Bridge, or Sixth Street Viaduct as it officially is called, is one of several beautiful Historic Bridges that traverse the Los Angeles River along a stretch in downtown Los Angeles. Built in 1932 by Merrill Butler, Engineer of Bridges and Structures from 1923-1963, it is probably the most recognized of the bridges as it’s elegant steel arches and long causeway have been the backdrop for numerous movies and car commercials.
Sadly this beautiful historic bridge is scheduled to be demolished in 2016 because an incurable concrete cancer has weakened the structure's ability to withstand a major earthquake. I have spent many years photographing and documenting the bridge and will truly mourn it's passing.
Limited edition prints are available in Editions of 25 as Dye Sublimation HD Aluminum prints (with black metal float frame).
Sizes available are (16" x 24") (20" x 30") (30" x 45") (40" x 60"). All prints are signed on the back and come with a letter certifying its number and edition.
Open edition prints are available as both Dye Sublimation HD Aluminum prints (with black metal float frame) and Giclée prints (glossy or matte).
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