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Kralltown Road Bridge, Spanning Bermudian Creek at Kralltown Road (State Route 4017), Kralltown, York County, PA

Kralltown Road Bridge, Spanning Bermudian Creek at Kralltown Road (State Route 4017), Kralltown, York County, PA



Significance: It was built in 1884 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company, a leading 19th century bridge fabricator and builder. It is a double-intersection Pratt through truss, a representative truss type used for highway bridges in the late 19th century.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N445
Survey number: HAER PA-469
Building/structure dates: 1884 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 88000817



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Wrought Iron Bridge Company
DeLony, Eric N, project manager
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, sponsor
Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, sponsor
Elliott, Joseph E, B, photographer




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