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Washington DC Photo Gallery Inauguration Construction

Inauguration Construction

Our construction photo tour starts at the Jefferson Tidal Basin and moves North to the Lincoln Memorial. We then move East past the World War II Memorial, The Washington Monument, The museums, and reach the U.S. Capitol. We then move Northwest on Pennsylvania Avenue and North on 14th street. Finally we reach the Presidential viewing stand in front of the North Portico of the White House.

This gallery is sponsored by: The Green Inaugural Ball - Celebrating Barak Obama's Inauguration
at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium and featuring Wyclef Jean. January 17. For more information on purchasing tickets please go to www.GreenInauguralBall.com

Preparations for the Inauguration and it many celebrations are underway. DCpages did a walk-through of the National Mall, Capitol Grounds, Pennsylvania Avenue and in Front of the White House. See where the entrance gates, viewing stands, stage platforms, restrooms, and first aid stations are located. Over three million are expected in Washington for the Inaugural event.

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56th Presidential Inauguration Construction

A view from one of the many seats in the viewing stands from the steps of The Lincoln Memorial.

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Perfect view of the Reflecting Pool and the Washington Monument from the steps of The Lincoln Memorial.

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56th Presidential Inauguration Construction

Most of the portable public restrooms are located along the south side of the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Memorial and the World War II Memorial.

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56th Presidential Inauguration Construction

A total of 5,000 portable public restrooms will be located throughout the National Mall area for public use on, January 20th, 2008 for the 56th Presidential Inauguration.

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1 out of every 90 portable public restrooms will be equipped to handle handicapped citizens.

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These public restrooms are located on the north side of the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Manorial and Washington Monument.

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According to the National Park Service, all portable public restrooms in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area have been brought to the Nation’s Capitol for the 56th Presidential Inauguration.

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These public restrooms are located on the south side of the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Manorial and Washington Monument.

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Early morning view, looking north, of the entrance to The World War II Memorial. There are public restrooms on either side of the memorial heading west.

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Private automobiles will not be permitted inside the grounds of The National Mall. The National Parks Services recommends visitors arrive by Metro transportation.

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A heavy police presence is already noticeable throughout The National Mall. Here a police officer is stationed in front of The Washington Monument.

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Many concession stand tents are already raised throughout The National Mall. This one is located east of The Washington Monument on 15th Street.

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The Washington Monument will be CLOSED on January 18, 2009 and January 20, 2009 for activities related to the 56th Presidential Inauguration.

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All bridges leading into the District of Columbia from Virginia will be CLOSED on January 20, 2009 at 12:01 A.M. All visitors should consider transportation into the city via MetroRail.

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