- O Street Viaduct (Omaha, Nebraska)
O Street Viaduct Carries O Street Crosses Union Pacific railroad tracks Locale South Omaha Owner City of Omaha Designer George S. Morison Total length 510 ft. Width 20 ft. Construction begin 1885 Opened 1904 Closed 2001
The O Street Viaduct was located in the South Omaha, Nebraska. Built to accommodate O Street traversing over the Union Pacific tracks, the overpass was constructed in 1885 by interests associated with the Omaha Stockyards. It was included on the Bridges in Nebraska Multiple Property Submission on June 29, 1992. The bridge was demolished in 2001 as part of the redevelopment of the stockyards.
- Transportation in Omaha
- History of Omaha
- ^ "Bridges in Nebraska Multiple Property Submission."[dead link] National Park Service. Retrieved 10/16/07.
- ^ "Omaha Stockyards Business Park: Demolition Package and Redevelopment Design". Erhart Griffin & Associates. Retrieved Sept 26, 2010.
- ^ "Historic bridges of Nebraska: O Street Viaduct", DOT.gov. Retrieved Sept 26, 2010.
Railroads in Omaha Depots Major carriers Minor carriers
Brandon Railroad · Amtrak · Omaha Traction Company · Omaha Belt Line · Omaha Zoo Railroad · Omaha Road · Omaha and Republican Valley Railway · South Omaha Terminal Railway · Omaha Southern Railway · Chicago Great Western Railway · Omaha, Lincoln and Beatrice Railway · Burlington and Missouri River Railroad
Facilities Public transportation Bridges
Union Pacific Missouri River Bridge · East Omaha Bridge · O Street Viaduct
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