CSX A-Line Bridge

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CSX A-Line Bridge

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The CSX A-Line Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks of Richmond, VA. It represents both the city's bustling railways as well as the James River park system which runs through the city's downtown and provides a dynamic environment for outdoor enthusiasts through its flat water for kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing or floating, plus a class IV rapid and riverside trails for mountain biking, running, or strolling on a sunny day. 

The bridge was designed by John E. Greiner and built in 1919 jointly by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Crossing over the James River, it was built to provide a more direct and quicker route around Richmond as it passes over east-west running tracks on either side of the river. The double-track concrete bridge is most recognizable by its open spandrel arches and can be seen easiest while driving over the Powhite Parkway Bridge running parallel, as well as a number of spots along Riverside Drive and of course from the nearby river side itself.

  • 11" x 14"
  • Four color, split fountain hand printed screen print
  • Limited edition, second printing, signed and numbered
  • Standard frame size
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