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Pat Albright

Bridge Part 2

Dave Albright

Bridge Part 1

7th Street Bridge Fort Worth, Texas, USA

21 January 2014 2:15p Central Texas Time UTC-6

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© 2014 Dave Albright, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The West 7th Street Bridge project was a collaborative effort between the City of Fort Worth, TxDOT and Sundt Construction from Tempe Arizona, USA. Twelve pre-cast bridge arch element fabrication began began off site in January 2012. Construction began in January 2013 and the bridge was completed one month early when the new 4 lane traffic resumed in October 2013.

This panorama was taken on the South bridge side mid center span that crosses the Clear Fork Trinity River.

Earlier WWP Bridge March 2013 Entries:

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Pat
Sundt Construction

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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 45' 3.28" N
Long: 97° 20' 47.59" W

Elevation: 565 ft (188m) bridge deck (+12 pole) Approximently 577 ft (192m) above Mean Sea Level

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

Dell AI1 64bit Intel i7 27" Touch Screen, Canon EOS 5d, Sigma 8mm fisheye, Agnos Mrotatator HDelta fiberglass 5 meter (16 ft) Pole @ 4 meters (12 ft) , Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 and EZ-Leveler II, Photoshop CS6 (non Cloud) Adobe Camera Raw 8.6, tilted up 5° - 4 raw images, PTgui Pro 64bit 10.0.11, Pano2vr Pro version 4.5.1 64bit Image converter.
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