Paving bricks are larger…typically 9 ” by 4 “, and much heavier. One paving brick weighs almost 10 lbs each. They have at least twice the “crush strength” of typical bricks, and are fired at a higher temperature, which results in an exterior coating that makes them more impervious to water.–Keith
(in the course of infrastructure changes on W Main some of Charlottesville’s old road history is unearthed, paving brick)
This time of year Frank points out that the hours of daylight are decreasing… “it’ll be winter soon.”
This in Pennsylvania. They keep the trees in another part of the state.
Joining one track, side track, fast track, back track, alternate track, main track, keep track, needle track
on the road to a new MCAS
(take the same pictures again and again)
…but the newer span is made of “rusting” steel, (believed to be COR-TEN or a similar material although sources are not clear) which surface corrodes to a brown color and does not need painting as corrosion does not go deeper. On November 1, 1980, this second, parallel span, also designed by Modjeski & Masters but constructed by American Bridge Company, was opened to traffic.– Wikipedia
There are parts of Providence RI where there are street trees every thirty feet. This not on of those parts.
the day after we buried my sister my mom and I drove back down the road