Viaduct - a bridge composed of several small spans carrying a road or railroad across a valley or other low ground. Viaducts are commonly used in many cities that are railroad centers; these viaducts cross the large railroad yards and keep city street traffic from interruption by the train traffic. The space below the arches is often used for parking or businesses.
Stones Restaurant under the Viaduct
In its early days, Stone's catered to railroad passengers and crews passing through town from a small wooden building next to the railroad tracks.
In 1910 the restaurant moved across the street into its present location. The original 3rd Avenue viaduct was built shortly after and George and Anna Stone coined the slogan "Under the Viaduct, Down by the Vinegar Works" to help auto travelers on the Lincoln Highway locate Stone's.
Its classic sign sticks above the viaduct, reminding those driving by that this restaurant has been here so long it predates the modern road built above it.
Unfortunately, the restaurant has been closed for several years now.