Eliot Bridge

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Eliot Bridge
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The Eliot Bridge in October 2008
Crosses Charles River
Locale Cambridge, Massachusetts to Allston
Design arch bridge[1]
Construction end 1950[2]
Coordinates 42°22′18″N 71°07′58″W / 42.3718°N 71.1328°W / 42.3718; -71.1328 (Eliot Bridge)Coordinates: 42°22′18″N 71°07′58″W / 42.3718°N 71.1328°W / 42.3718; -71.1328 (Eliot Bridge)
Eliot Bridge is located in Massachusetts
Eliot Bridge

The Eliot Bridge is a bridge over the Charles River between Cambridge, Massachusetts and Allston, Boston, Massachusetts. It connects Soldiers Field Road in Allston with Gerry's Landing Road, Memorial Drive, Greenough Boulevard, and the Fresh Pond Parkway in Cambridge.

The bridge was built in 1950 as a memorial to Charles W. Eliot, Harvard president 1869–1909, and his son Charles Eliot, landscape architect for the Metropolitan Park Commission.

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