Then and Now – The Dallas High Five

The Dallas High Five is a giant highway interchange near where I work. It was amazing, over a number of years, watching it go up.

Then:

High Five, in its infancy

High Five, in its infancy

High Five, Then

High Five, Then

Skeleton of the High Five

Skeleton of the High Five

Now:

Now

Now

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Towering Ramps

 

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8 responses to “Then and Now – The Dallas High Five

  1. I have always disliked the colors they painted that. It reminds me of that awful Southwestern decorating theme that has howling coyotes, pictures of Indian pottery, and dream catchers.

    Other cities have really lovely bridge work. Have you seen Waco’s? Really nice.

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