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Easy bridge to find cause of the corncobs building right next to it, its one of several iconic bridges along the Chicago river, neat to see it open if your visiting at the right time of year, well worth viewing.
The Dearborn Street Bridge is a steel bridge over the Chicago River. It connects the Near North Side with the Loop area of Chicago. It was built in 1834, was the first movable bridge in Chicago and served as the primary crossing point over the...More
The Dearborn Street Bridge that spans the Chicago River in downtown Chicago has two histories. The 1834 bridge was the first moveable bridge built in Chicago when the town had a population of 350. It was the primary crossing point over the river for the...More
During the Spring and Fall all of the bridges on the Chicago River are lifted for the boats to go into and out of the lake. It was fun to see. The Dearborn Street Bridge is one of many bridges that cross over the river....More
There are many bridges that cross the Chicago River and this is one of them. While it’s really not necessary to go out of your way to see it as there are so many similar bridges that cross the river it is worth noting if...More
If you are in the Theater District of the Chicago Loop and you walk north along Dearborn Street, in a couple of blocks you'll end up on the Dearborn Street Bridge, that is one of the multiple bridges built overtime over the Chicago River.