Spanning the Mississippi River and connecting Illinois and Missouri, the historic Chain of Rocks Bridge carried drivers across the water to avoid traffic in downtown St. Louis until a new bridge was built in 1967. Standing 55 feet above water and slightly curved, the bridge has remained unaltered since it was put out of commission. It is still open to bikers and pedestrians today.


  • Title: Chain of Rocks Bridge

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