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Duck Creek Bridge, Spanning Yellowstone River on Route 329, Southwest of Billings, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT

Duck Creek Bridge, Spanning Yellowstone River on Route 329, Southwest of Billings, Billings, Yellowstone County, MT

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Summary

Significance: The bridge is significant for its associations with the homestead boom in Montana. The bridge is an important representative example in Montana of the riveted Warren through truss. The bridge is also significant for its association with the Security Bridge Company, Billings, Montana, the most prolific of Montana's early 20th century bridge-building companies.
Survey number: HAER MT-60
Building/structure dates: 1915 Initial Construction

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Contributors

Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Miller, Ray M
Security Bridge Company
Central States Bridge Company
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Location

Billings (Mont.)45.78329, -108.50069
Google Map of 45.7832856, -108.5006904
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