Monday, July 19, 2010

My World Tuesday Season # 2 Episode # 41

This is my posting for the My World Meme. It is hosted by Klaus, Sandy, Wren,  Sylvia and myself. Won't you join in, I want to see where you live and thrive. Click to visit other sites.

The bridge at Crain Avenue is making progress. This is looking West to Fairchild Avenue across State Route 43. The water tank was shown on my blog at another time. This is part of the nations recovery act. They are also constructing a gas station in front of the gray house on the right.
Looking East the construction of the Fairchild Road. There are 3 roads closed so it makes it a lot harder to get to my house. The new bridge will not align with Crain (just to the left of the brown house) or Lake Avenue. 
Look above to the link to see what others have shown.

24 comments:

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots of recovery of the town. I wish them great success.

Sylvia K said...

That has to be an inconvenience for you and your family, Tom! Terrific photos! Hope they get it finished quickly! Have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

ewok1993 said...

A little more patience for residents before reaping the benefits.

Have a lovely week.

Carol said...

Wow, what a construction project! Nice shots and so much going on in them! I like your buck in velvet.

Dar said...

It's going to be a cool bridge...but a gas station amongst all the residence? I think I'd rather drive a bit further for my gas. Just me.

imac said...

Looks like work is progressing well Tom.

J Bar said...

Intersting post.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

reanaclaire said...

ahhh..something different in this post.. all about construction.. :)

Carver said...

That looks like they are making progress. Great shots.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Looks like something good is coming out of a tiny bit of that 'recovery' money... Your bridge and community will be a much better place once it is completed....

Great pictures.
Betsy

Shelley said...

Looks like too much work! Those construction guys deserve a beer - lol!

Life Ramblings said...

that must be a big project. hope the constructions will be finished quickly.

Siromade said...

IF the construction is finished, it will back to normal and maybethe flow of traffic is a lot better. How long it will take to finish? seems it takes a while yet, just be patient soon it will make easy for you if it's done.

soulbrush said...

roadworks grrrr.

ksdoolittle said...

These things sure take time, don't they? Have a great week! ~karen

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

There is a lot of construction going on in and around our town. It's a mess. It will long good when it is done though. Until it is done, it is tricky getting around and takes longer to get where you need to go.

George said...

I'm glad the bridge is coming along so nicely, but will the alignment with the streets cause problems?

Gaelyn said...

This is progress?

The recovery act was 4 young men re-vegetating at Cedar Breaks and Grand Canyon getting some roads chipped sealed.

Lawstude said...

rebuilding for the better. nice shots. :)

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

It seems like they have been busy on them for a long time now Tom but it will be wonderful when they have finished.

Philip said...

In South Africa they have undertaken a massive road project taking 4 lane highways into one while they work to make it sometimes six lanes in some areas going home at night takes me 3 hours to drive 45 Km's and this so far has taken 2 years will be finished the middle of 2011 it will be fantastic when finished but hair pulling while being contructed

Tipper said...

Love the last shot-how you can see the white houses beyond.

Lanny said...

What a lovely town. Great document of change.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Wow, they have been at that a long time. Will they ever get it finished?!