Tag Archives: 1920s

Proposed Grand Entrance to Key Bridge

Plans for proposed building projects in Washington, D.C. Perspective view of concourse and entrance to Key Bridge, 1928

What an incredible approach and entrance to Key Bridge. This was a proposed design for the approach and massive entry to Key Bridge from 1928. This is a fascinating piece of architecture that was never built. I’m assuming this is …

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Then and Now: 600 Block of Princeton Place

This is pretty cool. Look at it today on Google Street View. [googlemaps https://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF8&layer=c&sll=38.935594,-77.019736&cbp=13,228.82,,0,-4.08&cbll=38.935822,-77.019555&q=612+princeton+st+dc&hq=&hnear=612+Princeton+Pl+NW,+Washington,+District+of+Columbia+20010&ll=38.935594,-77.019736&spn=0.005683,0.011319&t=m&z=14&panoid=KeDU-qEKrmWSQbckWBhbbQ&source=embed&output=svembed] And check it out back in  the early 1920s. Source: Library of Congress

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