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Harp Creek Bridge, Spans Harp Creek at State Highway 7, Harrison, Boone County, AR

Harp Creek Bridge, Spans Harp Creek at State Highway 7, Harrison, Boone County, AR

 
 
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Significance: Erected as one of two bridges in a Newton County road project, Harp Creek Bridge is on of the more architectural of the small Highway Department bridges. It was built in 1928 by the Little Rock branch of the Luten Bridge Company, named after its renowned founder Daniel B. Luten, which specialized in reinforced concrete arch bridges. Harp Creek remains today as one of only ten unaltered open spandrel deck arches in Arkansas.
Survey number: HAER AR-9
Building/structure dates: 1928 Initial Construction

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Luten Bridge Company
Arkansas State Highway & Transportation Department
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