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New York Street Memorial Bridge

New York St. (between Rt. 25 and 31) | Aurora, IL 60506 | 630.256.3080

New York St. (between Rt. 25 and 31)
Aurora, IL 60506

630.256.3080

Spanning the entire Fox River, features include the circa 1930 “Memory” and “Victory” statues in honor of fallen soldiers from World War I.

In 1930, Chicago sculptor Emory P. Seidel designed the original plans for the bridge. As a period publication stated, using an artist made the bridge “remarkable in its beauty and unique in its design...which will help bring realization that bridges need not be as drab as gas tanks, telephone poles and other things that must be put up with along public thoroughfares.”


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