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Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

Gould Wash Bridge, Spanning Gould Wash at State Route 9, Hurricane, Washington County, UT

 
 
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Significance: The Gould Wash Bridge, built by W.W. Clyde and Company of Springville, Utah under the supervision of George Adams, represents a good example of reinforced concrete T-beam bridge construction typical of this era. It is also the largest bridge to have been built on the road between Hurricane and St. George (Berry Springs Road).
Survey number: HAER UT-69
Building/structure dates: 1937 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Sagebrush Archaeological Consultants, contractor
Wegman-French, Lysa, transmitter
Polk, Michael R, photographer
Polk, Michael R, historian
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