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Merritt Parkway, Pequonnock River Bridge, Spanning Pequonnock River, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Pequonnock River Bridge, Spanning Pequonnock River, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

 
 
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Significance: Pequonnock River Bridge is a component of the Merritt Parkway, a landscaped limited-access highway designed and built in the 1930s. The parkway was regarded as a model in its day, in large part because of the architectural qualities of its more than 60 bridges. As a span that carries the parkway over an intersecting feature, this bridge is one of the more simply detailed structures.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-10
Survey number: HAER CT-57
Building/structure dates: 1935 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Connecticut Highway Department
Dunkelberger, George L
Madrid, transmitter
Moore, Robert, photographer
Roth, Matthew, historian
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connecticut41.24286, -73.20066
Google Map of 41.2428563, -73.2006639
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