Historic Bridges

Some articles on historic bridges, bridge, historic, bridges:

South Dakota Department Of Transportation - Historic Bridges
... A number of its bridge projects have been deemed historic, and some are listed on the U.S ... National Register of Historic Places ... on the National Register pursuant to a 1993 Multiple Property Submission titled "Historic Bridges in South Dakota, 1893-1943." The listed works include (with varying ...
Pennsylvania Route 646 - History - Historic Bridges
... There were three bridges constructed along Route 646 in 1930, when the alignment was designated as Route 59 ... The three bridges are in Gilmore, and all cross Pennbrook Run ... is 32.15 feet (9.80 m) long, and is a concrete tee beam bridge that handles an average of 957 people daily (2004) ...
U.S. Route 40 Alternate (Keysers Ridge–Cumberland, Maryland) - History - Historic Bridges
... There are several historic bridges along the National Road that are still present near the current route of Alt US 40 ... Among them are the Casselman River bridge in Grantsville, and the bridge over Braddock Run, a tributary of Wills Creek, in Clarysville ... The original National Road bridge over the Casselman River was a stone arch bridge constructed in 1813 ...

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