Amtrak/Springfield Terminal Railroad Bridge

The Amtrak/Springfield Terminal Railroad Bridge, also known as Warehouse Point railroad bridge, is a rail girder bridge with a truss main span crossing over the Connecticut River, connecting the towns of Enfield, Connecticut and Suffield, Connecticut. It is one of several iron bridges erected in the United States before the end of the American Civil War.

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