Charles R. Fenwick Bridge in Washington DC
The Charles R. Fenwick Bridge is one of five bridges that make up what is commonly known as the 14th Street Bridge spanning the Potomac River from Washington DC to Virginia. It is named for Virginia state senator Charles R. Fenwick, who played a leading role in the creation of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. It is a rail bridge carrying the Yellow Line of the Washington Metro.
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