I have spoken of and included parts of the Stone Arch Bridge on this blog and my 52 Week with Carolyn blog. The Stone Arch Bridge in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota is a former railroad bridge that crosses the Mississippi River. It was completed in 1883 at a cost of $650,000 by James J. Hill one of many railroad tycoons of his day.
Today it is used primarily as a bike and walking path. This view is facing East and it captures the old Pillsbury A-Mill Plant that was built in 1881 and operated until 2003. In 2013 it was converted to 251 loft apartments.