Virginia Roads - VA 110

VA 110

VA 110 was built during World War 2 as part of the Pentagon complex, so you will see a variety of bridges of varyingly old ages on this page depending on whether it's original to 110 or came later with the overcrossing.

Northbound, in order: Pentagon connector road, a pair of pedestrian overpasses (one with closeup) connecting exterior parking lots to the Pentagon, north parking lot road, Washington Blvd., and Memorial Ave. The latter is the westward extension of Arlington Memorial Bridge, which I include here for the mistake of specifying a 3/4 height upper case letter for lower case text.

The same progression southbound.

Onto Arlington Memorial Bridge
To I-66
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