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Merritt Parkway, Wilton Road Bridge, Spanning Wilton Road/Route 33 at I-41, Westport, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Wilton Road Bridge, Spanning Wilton Road/Route 33 at I-41, Westport, Fairfield County, CT



Significance: This bridge is one of 25 different style bridges located along a 38-mile stretch of the Merritt Parkway that includes bridges of French, Italian, English or Classic Art Deco styles. These bridges were designed in the 1930s by the innovative bridge designer George Dunkleberger. It is an integral part of the parkway and is therefore eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-64
Survey number: HAER CT-39
Building/structure dates: 1938 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Connecticut Highway Department
Dunkelberger, George L
Mariani Construction Company
Creamer, Warren
MacDonald, John
Warner, Frederic W, consultant
Madrid, transmitter
Moore, Robert, photographer
Foran, J Mark, historian


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