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    Bourne Bridge across the Cape Cod canal - Bourne MA

    Bourne Bridge – Bourne MA

    Date added: December 11, 2011; Modified: May 19, 2023

    The Bourne Bridge across the Cape Cod canal was built for the US Army Corps of Engineers, with funding from the Public Works Administration (PWA). It was part of a very large project to improve the canal and add three… read more

    Buzzards Bay Railroad Bridge – Bourne MA

    Date added: July 12, 2013; Modified: May 18, 2023

    The Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and funded by the Public Works Administration (PWA) in 1933-35.  It was part of a much larger project that included widening the canal and three… read more

    Sagamore Bridge – Bourne MA

    Date added: July 12, 2013; Modified: May 18, 2023

    The Sagamore Bridge across the Cape Cod Canal was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and funded by the Public Works Administration (PWA).  It was part of a much larger project that included widening the canal and three… read more

    Cape Cod Canal Widening – Bourne MA

    Date added: February 13, 2018; Modified: May 18, 2023

    The Cape Cod Canal is an artificial waterway traversing the narrow neck of land that joins Cape Cod to mainland Massachusetts. First constructed in the early 20th century, the canal was widened during the New Deal.  That work was part… read more

    Camp Edwards – Cape Cod MA

    Date added: January 14, 2017; Modified: February 13, 2018

    “Between 1935 and 1940, Massachusetts and the federal government, primarily using Works Project Administration funds, constructed 63 buildings (all but Buildings 102 and the old Williams Hospital have since been demolished) and two, 500-foot (150 m) wide turf runways at… read more

    Otis Air National Guard Base – Cape Cod MA

    Date added: January 14, 2017

    “Between 1935 and 1940, Massachusetts and the federal government, primarily using Works Project Administration funds, constructed 63 buildings (all but Buildings 102 and the old Williams Hospital have since been demolished) and two, 500-foot (150 m) wide turf runways at… read more