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Carpenter's Ford Bridge, State Route 775, over Middle River, Crimora, Augusta County, VA

Carpenter's Ford Bridge, State Route 775, over Middle River, Crimora, Augusta County, VA

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Significance: Carpenter's Ford Bridge is a representative example of a pin-connected steel Pratt through truss, typical of late nineteenth century factory manufactured bridges.
Survey number: HAER VA-99
Building/structure dates: 1903-1904 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Brackett Bridge Company
Will, John
Pratt, Thomas
Meyer, Lauren, transmitter
Tucher, Rob, photographer
Casella, Richard M, historian
Helms, Alison, historian


Crimora (Va.)38.15402, -78.85030
Google Map of 38.1540221, -78.850302


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