Shot of the River, with the 310 bridge being built in the background
Interstate 310 provides a link to the interstate system (I-10) as well as other major federal/state highways. (Source: Dedication Brochure)
Public officials cut the ribbon officially opening the west bank I-310 roadway to U.S. 90 on March 23, 1988.
Beautification Task Force rendering, East Bank Bridge Park.
Bridge area prior to East Bank Bridge Park development.
Governor David Treen and other dignitaries were on hand for the official opening of the bridge.
A water spray on the river was part of the celebration activities.
Residents from both sides of the river attended the bridge’s opening ceremonies.
Statistics show the cost and personnel involved in the construction of the bridge. (Source: Dedication Brochure)
The Luling/Destrehan Bridge was under construction on October 20, 1976, when the George Prince ferry accident occurred. (Photo courtesy of Chip Zeringue)
Luling-Destrehan Bridge award flyer (Publication courtesy of the American Society of Civil Engineers)
Located in Hahnville on La. 18 (River Road). Built in the 1790s, this French Colonial raised cottage is of West Indies bousillage construction. Owners included LaBranche, Fortier, and Gaillaire, with the Keller family ownership since 1885. (Note: A National Historic Landmark and is listed on National Register of Historic Places.) (Erected by St. Charles Parish Police Jury and St. Charles Bicentennial Committee in 1975 in cooperation with Louisiana Tourist Division of Department of Commerce.)