Austin Burke

Austin Burke is a product of the region and of proud, hard-working immigrant ancestors. Burke has worked to record the pride of the populace, their creations and their celebrations through a series of paintings he produced over the past two decades.
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Harrison Avenue Bridge


Media: Oil on Canvas
Dimensions: 24X36

The Harrison Avenue Bridge was a concrete deck arch bridge carrying Harrison Avenue in Scranton, PA over Roaring Brook, the former Laurel Line, the Central Scranton Expressway, the former Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad (Laurel Line) and the former Delaware, Lackawanna And Western Railroad, now a heritage railroad operated by Steamtown National Historic Site.
It was designed by Abraham Burton Cohen, who also designed the Nicholson Viaduct. It was constructed by Scranton ‘s Anthracite Bridge Company in 1921-1922 and demolished in 2018.

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