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Crossing the Canal
An Illustrated History of Duluth's Aerial Bridge Northwoods Reader

by Tony Dierckins

Crossing the Canal
The Aerial Bridge over the Duluth Ship Canal has been called “Duluth’s Eiffel Tower” and the “gateway to the world,” but no matter what lofty labels poets and politicians apply to it, Duluth built its famous bridge for one simple purpose: Crossing the canal.

For the first time in one book, the complete story of Duluth’s aerial bridge, from cutting the canal through the bridge’s 100th anniversary, separating facts from myths while creating a vivid picture of the life of Duluth’s iconic landmark.


Book Information:

Pages: 202
Release Date: November 2008
Cover Type: Soft
Publisher: X-Communication

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