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Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge
Corpus Christi, Texas

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Hwy 181 spans the harbor at 235 feet. Great view for people other than the driver. Observation deck below the bridge allows visitors to ship-watch.
Corpus Christi TX - fishing in ship channel
Fishing in Corpus Christi ship channel, October 1958
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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge over ship channel
Corpus Christi High Bridge over ship channel, February 1959
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TX Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge 1960
Construction of Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge, 1960
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Corpus Christi TX - Harbor Bridge
Corpus Christi Bridge under construction c.1960
Nueces County Courthouse on right

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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge Under Construction
Harbor Bridge under construction
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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge under construction
Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge under construction
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TX Corpus Christi Bridge Nearly Finished , Aerial
Harbor Bridge nearly finished
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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge under construction
Harbor Bridge under construction
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TX Corpus Christi - view of Harbor Bridge from port
View of Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge (finished) from the port, September 30, 1960
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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge aerial view
Aerial view of Corpus Christi High Bridge, July 21, 1965
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TX - Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge
IH 37 and SH 286 in Corpus Christi, July 21, 1965
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Corpus Christi Bridge, Corpus Christi, Texas
Harbor Bridge
TE Photo, July 2001
Harbor Bridge, Texas State Aquarium and U.S.S. Lexington
Photo courtesy Terry Jeanson, May 2012
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