Brian Buckner Photography | Shreveport Historic Landmarks

Shreveport's McNeil Street Pumping Station and it's Cross Bayou Railroad Bridge or Trestle have Received Recognition by Being Placed on the National Register of Historic Places - Shreveport, Louisiana

Red Valve Wheels and Gray Pipes

Three red valve wheels and the grey painted pipes they are attached to are contrasted by the chipped paint of a wall in this commercial architectural photograph by Brian Buckner Photography, Shrevepor

Red Valve Wheel With Brass Handles

At Shreveport Water Works Museum, also known as McNeill Street Pumping Station, a large red valve wheel with brass handles controls the flow of steam in the water treatment facility in Shreveport, Lou

Cross Bayou Railroad Trestle Bridge, Shreveport, Louisiana

Cross Bayou Trestle In Shreveport Louisiiana is an historic landmark in this commercial architectural photograph by brian buckner photography, shreveport, louisiana.

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