1. WASTE WATER TREATMENT FIT FOR A KING!
|City sewage disposal plant, septic tank building, on northwest corner of Twiggs and Twelfth Streets: Tampa, Fla|
This one was at 211 N. Rome Ave., taken 1924 - closer to the then city limits in the warehousing district.
|The view of City Sanitary Department Cremating Plant Number 1; Tampa, Fla.|
3. WASHINGTON STREET VIADUCT
Most cities had "viaducts" to divert pedestrian, buggy and car traffic over large rail yards. This was Tampa's first attempt to cross the rail yard that was East of downtown in today's Channelside area. It's no wonder that the city decided to build a more direct bridge a few blocks North on Lafayette Street (now Kennedy Blvd.).
|Washington Street Viaduct view northwest of spectators at accident aftermath showing broken guardrail from ground: Tampa, Fla.|
Sadly road bridges aren't made to T at their apex today, I wonder why?