Renovation is complete on the Boston Avenue bridge over the Burlington Northern Railroad, and the bridge now is a pedestrian bridge linking downtown with the Brady District. As before, vehicles still can drive on the south end of the bridge, including making a circle by the Tulsa Union Depot, which also has been renovated. North of the parking garage entrance, the bridge has received sidewalks and planters with trees and shrubs. The bridge has a decorative railing that is perpendicular to the bridge in the area where the old span was removed, and this railing also is in place on the new span, which is shown in the center between the sets of concrete billiards. The Boston Avenue bridge now has new life as a pedestrian bridge and should be spared from the wrecking ball for many years to come. At left is the John 3:16 Mission. Photograph taken April 1984.
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