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Lake Wissota Bridge, Spanning Lake Wissota at County Trunk Highway "S", Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County, WI

Lake Wissota Bridge, Spanning Lake Wissota at County Trunk Highway "S", Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County, WI

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Significance: The four-span Lake Wissota Bridge, built in 1916, was the oldest of the seventeen Parker overhead trusses with riveted connections and built-up members identified in a 1982 survey. Of these Parker trusses, the Lake Wissota Bridge was the only one with roller-nest expansion bearings.
Survey number: HAER WI-12
Building/structure dates: 1908 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1986 Demolished
Building/structure dates: 1913 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: after. 1970- before. 1979 Subsequent Work



Historic American Engineering Record, creator


Chippewa Falls44.88242, -91.41377
Google Map of 44.8824233, -91.4137652


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