Below is a photo of the old Bijou Street bridge taken by the Colorado Department of Transportation in June 1960 as CDOT unveiled the Monument Valley Highway, which would become Interstate 25. The highway squeezed under the small span on the left while Monument Creek and the railroad tracks run under the larger spans on the right.
The Boulder Crescent neighborhood is visible in the image below, taken from Google Earth, as it appeared about a year ago. The neighborhood is tucked in the middle with the formal gardens of Monument Valley Park to the left. Neighbors say drug dealers frequent the gardens. Bijou Street runs left-to-right along the bottom and Cascade Avenue runs top-to-bottom along the right side of the photo. The Marian House Soup Kitchen and its parking lot are in the center along Bijou Street.
The neighborhood along Walnut Street, where Arnold Blair played football as a kid in the 1930s, is seen in the Google Earth image below. Along the right of the photo is a sweeping curve of Interstate 25. The old Bijou Street bridge is in the upper right corner.