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Bridge No. 33.3, Spanning Elk River at Milepost JC-33.3, Fayetteville, Lincoln County, TN

Bridge No. 33.3, Spanning Elk River at Milepost JC-33.3, Fayetteville, Lincoln County, TN

 
 
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Summary

Significance: The Louisville Bridge & Iron Company fabricated each span between 1898 and 1890 for use in a bridge at Trace Creek on the Nashville Division. Between 1908 and 1910 all three of these spans were removed, rebuilt and strengthened for re-erecting at Bridge no. 33.3, their present location.
Survey number: HAER TN-42
Building/structure dates: 1908-1910 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Louisville Bridge & Iron Company
Calloway, Deborah, transmitter
Graves, Spencer, photographer
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Fayetteville (Tenn.)35.15203, -86.57055
Google Map of 35.1520266, -86.57055079999999
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