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Cedar Falls Road Bridge, Spanning Flat River, East of U.S. Highway 67, Desloge, St. Francois County, MO

Cedar Falls Road Bridge, Spanning Flat River, East of U.S. Highway 67, Desloge, St. Francois County, MO

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Significance: The bridge is one of the few remaining examples of multiple-span Pratt through truss bridges in Missouri. Constructed by the still existing Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Co. of St. Louis, it is one of the few remaining unaltered examples of one of Missouri's master bridge fabricators.
Survey number: HAER MO-49
Building/structure dates: 1911 Initial Construction

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Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron Company
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