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Hartmann's Ford Bridge, Spanning Bourbeuse River on North Bend Road, Union, Franklin County, MO

Hartmann's Ford Bridge, Spanning Bourbeuse River on North Bend Road, Union, Franklin County, MO



Significance: The bridge is one of few remaining examples of large span Pennsylvania-through-truss steel bridges in unaltered condition in Missouri. The bridge is a good example of early twentieth century work by master bridge fabricator, Miller and Bordherding of St. Louis, Missouri.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N810
Survey number: HAER MO-97
Building/structure dates: 1916 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Miller, R L
R.L. Miller Bridge Company
Miller & Borcherding Company
Environmental Research Center of Missouri, contractor
Franklin-Weekley, Rachel, transmitter
Grotjan, Lloyd, photographer
Gage, Thomas, historian
Carrel, John, historian
Sturdevant, Craig, historian




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