Clinton Presidential Park Bridge Hardhat
Located at 1200 president clinton avenue to little rock, arkansas, which is now the presidential park bridge clinton was originally the rock island bridge, built in 1899. This was funded by the choctaw and memphis railroad, later leading to the station. The renovation of the rock island bridge took some time to take off, as the $4 million they had budgeted was $6 million too little, which postponed the opening from 2004 to 2011 after the money was spent by several different bands, including, but not limited to, little rock and northern little rock. Construction began in 2010 after $2.5 million from the U. Economic development administration was cut short, completing the fundraising campaign. After its opening in October 2011, it became one of six bridges connecting little rock to places on the other side of the Arkansas River. This sweet brain bucket is from this period of time, but I can't say exactly what year. He's in remarkable shape for his age, and I'm not sure he's been used a lot at all. Could it have been worn by a major official, or a welder who finds himself hanging on the side of the bridge no idea. I guess it would be a foreman if, judging by the lack of wear and tear.