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The flat spots in the arch caught my eye first, and although I appreciate the work that went into this project, it's layout is kind of weird.
 

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It is right on the Llano upthrust, there are some sections of roadcuts that you drive through that resemble it, tilted stratified rock layers. The top is weird though.
 

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Your post triggered the thought of the diverse and artistic effort put into the buildings and bridges of Columbus Indiana, a town famous for architecture. While they are mostly not masonry,here are some photographs of bridges that are artistic and interesting.



https://www.google.com/search?q=bri...gcPVAhVK6YMKHUSHAQ4Q_AUIDCgD&biw=1366&bih=638


Yea there is alot of interesting architecture there. My wife grew up there and the MIL still lives there


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