ⓘ Clark Avenue Railroad Underpass

                                     

ⓘ Clark Avenue Railroad Underpass

The Clark Avenue Railroad Underpass, also known as the Bonanza Underpass, is a bridge and underpass in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The bridge is so named since at the time of construction it crossed Clark Avenue which was later renamed to Bonanza Road. The underpass is currently part of Nevada State Route 579.

                                     
  • Its west end is at Gary Avenue in Carol Stream. The road is split in many locations, usually because of freeways or railroads Its east end is located
  • Interstate 15, U.S. Route 93 and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks at the Clark Avenue Railroad Underpass as it parallels Interstate 515, U.S. Route 93
  • Franklin Line. It is located off Grant Avenue near East Street. The station is not accessible. The Norfolk County Railroad opened its Boston Extension the
  • Improvement Project at Palo Alto and California Avenue stations. At Palo Alto, the northern underpass was modified to make it accessible, allowing the
  • tracks under Flatbush Avenue to end at the Long Island Rail Road terminal under Atlantic Avenue The Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Commissioners halted
  • over the Kennedy Expressway, there is a long underpass popularly known as Hubbard s Cave. The underpass is about a quarter of a mile in length, and actually
  • after crossing Clark Street, U.S. Route 14 turns west onto Peterson Avenue At Cicero Avenue Peterson Avenue becomes Caldwell Avenue and travels in a
  • the line proceeds to several underpasses namely one below a second road into the Fresh Pond reservation, one at Huron Avenue and one at Mount Auburn Street
  • and Columbus Avenue The Dartmouth Street Underpass connects the Copley Place shopping mall with the main station building. The underpass was closed from
  • U.S. state of Maryland. Known for most of its length as either Eastern Avenue or Eastern Boulevard, the highway runs 13.01 miles 20.94 km from U.S. Route 40
  • four - lane rural divided roadway, nine twin bridges, one railroad overpass, seven underpasses and three interchanges. Originally a project of the Department