Architectural Detail - Steel or other metal

Challenge #1 in the The World We Have Built series. Hosted by JimW-203.
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Throughout history humans have been builders - a place to live, a place to work, worship, or play. In doing that they have chosen many materials with which to build and in many styles. In this challenge, show a detail of a structure that illustrates the use of steel or other metal as a significant element. It can be anything: a construction detail of an iron or steel bridge, a hinge on a door, or even the elegant shimmer of a copper downspout on a house - you pick. It must, however, be a detail of the item not the entire item - close up of the rivets, not the whole bridge, for example.
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Railing at Rockefeller Center
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Paris - Eiffel Tower
Steel
Girders of the Golden Gate Bridge
Steel window
Niagara Mohawk Building
A clean and neat setup
Floralis Generica
The canopy over the porch
Eiffel Tower -1
Train station Luik
S T A I R C A S E
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The Library Facade
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Brass Newell Post
Steel walls meet a steel ceiling
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