Interlocking Tower No. 107 (South Tower): Dallas Texas
Electrical/Pneumatic Tower, constructed in 1914 and used in tandem with sister Tower 107 (North Tower) to control movements into Dallas Union Station.
No longer in service and ownership passed to DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) and houses line side/signaling equipment.
On the far right is the starting section of the Houston Street Viaduct which crosses the Trinity River in central Dallas. The road bridge was constructed in 1910 and at 6,562 feet remains one of the longest concrete bridges in the US.
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