A Visit To Hoover Dam and Hoover Dam Bridge

Hoover Dam and the New Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge Face of Hoover Dam Hoover Dam, view from Nevada side, standing in afternoon shade beside Hoover Dam Visitor Center Now Combined Into A Remarkable Two-For-One Detour from Las Vegas. Just 35 minutes from the Strip (US 95 South from Las Vegas to US 93 toward Boulder…

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The Pedestrian Walkway On The New Hoover Dam Bridge

What Happened To Hoover Dam? And Where’s The Colorado River? Most people crossing the Colorado River on U.S. 93 in a passenger car don’t even realize they are passing over the Colorado River, or that they are only a few hundred yards from Hoover Dam. One might expect that a bridge crossing the Colorado River…

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Official Hoover Dam Traveler’s Guide, Complete

Source: Visiting Hoover Dam: A Traveler’s Guide US Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation – 2011 Visiting Hoover Dam: A Traveler’s Guide With the opening of the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge (Mike O’Callaghan – Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge) officially opened to traffic in October 2010, vehicles traveling on U.S. Highway 93 no longer cross…

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Hoover Dam Bridge Walkway Access, Wheelchair Access for Your Hoover Dam Tour

Hoover Dam Bridge Walkway Access, Wheelchair Access for Your Hoover Dam Tour Junior – I enjoyed speaking with you the other day about your upcoming scheduled Hoover Dam Tour from Las Vegas. I appreciate your concerns and questions about your wife’s health issues, and wheelchair access to the Hoover Dam Bridge. Although the ramps are…

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Hoover Dam Was Originally Named Boulder Dam

‘Hoover Dam’ Was Originally Named ‘Boulder Dam’. That’s right, and it’s all here in the Hoover Dam Dedication Speech. I’m adding some great photos of the Hoover Dam Project from ‘back-in-the-day’, just because I like them. Doc Wymer, Las Vegas Tour Guide Roosevelt’s Boulder Dam (now Hoover Dam) Dedication speech was front-page news in newspapers…

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Hoover Dam Facts; Hoover Dam Powerhouse – Quick Facts

Hoover Dam Facts and Statistics Hoover Dam Hoover Dam intake towers under construction Hoover Dam 726.4 feet high (221 meters) 1,244 feet wide (379 meters) 660 feet (203 meters) thick at the base 45 feet (13 meters) thick at the top $165 million dollars to build 4.5 years to build 4.4 million yards of concrete…

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