The St. Joseph Swing Bridge (also known as the St. Joseph Union Pacific Bridge and the St. Joseph-Elwood Bridge) is a Union Pacific Railroad truss Swing bridge connecting St. Joseph, Missouri, and Elwood, Kansas.
It is located at 39°45′12″N 94°51′30″W / 39.7534°N 94.85831°W / 39.7534; -94.85831
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