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Erie Railway, Delaware Division, Bridge 110.54, Spanning Lackawaxen River, East of State Route 590, Lackawaxen, Pike County, PA

Erie Railway, Delaware Division, Bridge 110.54, Spanning Lackawaxen River, East of State Route 590, Lackawaxen, Pike County, PA

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Significance: The former Erie Railroad bridge over the Lackawaxen River is significant as a late nineteenth-century truss structure remaining in main-line service, and as the work of a major bridge-building company.
Survey number: HAER PA-24
Building/structure dates: 1894 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1907 Subsequent Work



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Union Bridge Company
Erie Railway
Consolidated Rail Corporation
Norfolk Southern Railroad
Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, sponsor
DeLony, Eric N, project manager
Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail), sponsor
Spivey, Justin M, historian
Boucher, Jack E, photographer
Lowe, Jet, photographer


lackawaxen41.47650, -75.03578
Google Map of 41.4765014, -75.0357806


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