Built during 1960s
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Allen-Bradley Clock Tower
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)A tower that holds what was once the largest four-faced clock in the world.
(Cherokee County, Kansas)Bucyrus-Erie Model 1850-B electric mining shovel. It was the second largest in the world when built in 1962.
Byodo In Temple
(Honolulu County, Hawaii)Non-denominational temple built in 1968
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
(Northampton County, Virginia)18-mile long bridge-tunnel carrying US-13 across the mouth of Chesapeake Bay between Virginia Beach and Cape Charles, Virginia
(Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)Abandoned arena with cantilevered support holding retractable dome
Ed "Strangler" Lewis
(Wood County, Wisconsin)Historical Marker honoring the legacy of World Heavyweight Champion Ed "Strangler" Lewis
(Duval County, Florida)Formerly the worlds largest & tallest fountain in Jacksonville
Golden Rondelle Theater
(Racine County, Wisconsin)Radically designed theater, used at the 1964-65 World's Fair and moved to Racine afterward.
(Phillips County, Arkansas)Cantilevered Warren through truss bridge
(Blaine County, Idaho)Granite column top by Robert Berks bronze bust of Ernest Hemingway dedicated in 1966
Ice Harbor Lock & Dam
(Walla Walla County, Washington)Concrete gravity, run-of-the-river dam constructed between 1955 and 1962
Kissel Motor Car Company
(Washington County, Wisconsin)Historic Marker Commemorating the Manufacture of the Kissel Automobile
(Yakima County, Washington)Drive Through restaurant with vintage neon signage built in 1962
Lower Monumental Dam
(Walla Walla County, Washington)Concrete dam and lock on the Snake River completed in 1969