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Friday, October 11, 2013

Entergy films sneak preview of downtown Little Rock bridge lighting project

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Bridge Lighting Preview 6 from Entergy Corp. on Vimeo.

How about this? Entergy has tried out the LED light displays it's installing on three Arkansas River bridges in downtown Little Rock and made a brief film. The lights are to come on for real on Dec. 19, as part of a 100th anniversary observance by Entergy.

The $2 million project was announced in April. Lights are being installed on the Junction and Clinton Library pedestrian bridges and the Main Street bridge.

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