Minneapolis, MN: Stone Arch Bridge By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2019

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A trip to Minneapolis is not complete without a trip to the Stone Arch Bridge. The bridge is a common attraction, a major thoroughfare, and a historical relic all in one. The bridge used to be an important railroad crossing, a way to get trains across the mighty Mississippi River. In fact, it is not only the only bridge on the Mississippi River to be made entirely of stone, but it is also the second oldest bridge on the Mississippi River that is still standing to this day. And though the railroad no longer runs across it, the bridge is a very popular walking path. Anderson Design Group handcrafted a vintage travel poster of the bridge, a fitting depiction in the classical artwork styles of the mid-20th century Golden Age of Illustration. To learn more about the bridge and other Minneapolis attractions, check out Meet Minneapolis.

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