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Doxie Creek Bridge, Spanning Doxie Creek at State Route 5, Forest Green, Chariton County, MO

Doxie Creek Bridge, Spanning Doxie Creek at State Route 5, Forest Green, Chariton County, MO

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Significance: The Doxie Creek Bridge is a five-span, rigid-connected Warren pony truss, and is significant as a skewed example of a common truss type.
Survey number: HAER MO-105
Building/structure dates: 1928-1930 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
St. Joseph Structural Steel Company
McGlone & Walesby Company
Jaminet, Arthur
McGlone, Perry
Walesby, Alfred E
Dodd, Thomas Wright
Missouri Department of Transportation
Franklin-Weekley, Rachel, transmitter
Schmitz, Shaun, photographer
Austin, David C, historian


Forest Green39.31503, -92.83769
Google Map of 39.315029, -92.8376875


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