Market Street at 28th Street

Built: 1928

Type: Concrete Tee Beam

Local Number: 57C-0095

Side view from 28th St looking north.
Side view from 28th St looking north.
Concrete railing along Market St with intact light posts.
Concrete railing along Market St with intact light posts.

This bridge is an example of a street grade separation. It was constructed to allow Market Street to stay more level and reduce  grades in the Grant Hill area of San Diego. Market Street was also a former alignment of State Highway 94 until the completion of the freeway in 1959.

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