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General De Gaulle Drive
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General De Gaulle Drive: West Bank approaches, looking north toward Holiday Drive at Victory Drive over Magellan Canal "after"
March, 1959
[Photography by Leon Trice]
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive-Holiday Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive
Attached text: This is a section of Louisiana Power and Light Company's high-voltage transmission line along General De Gaulle in Ward 15 of New Orleans. The streamlined, octagonal aluminum structures are 85 feet high and have sky-blue insulators especially designed for this area. This line extends from LP&L's electric distribution center in Gretna to a major Mississippi River tower crossing near the Industrial Canal.
March 21, 1963
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive
1962
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
General De Gaulle Drive at Wagner Street
Unknown date
[Photography by J.R. St. Julien]
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