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Mott Rainbow Arch Bridge, Spanning Cannonball River, Mott, Hettinger County, ND

Mott Rainbow Arch Bridge, Spanning Cannonball River, Mott, Hettinger County, ND



Significance: This structure is one of only two reinforced concrete bridges known to exist in North Dakota in 1980. It is a good representative of the Marsh Rainbow Arch Bridge design.
Survey number: HAER ND-1
Building/structure dates: 1921 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1980 Demolished



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Marsh Engineering Company
North Dakota State Highway Department
N.M. Stark and Company
Buehler, Reuben
Buehler, Oscar
Maercklein, Otto
Maercklein, Spencer
Bosanco, Bill
Wangsvick, Ernest
Bohn, Wayne
Furness, Elethe
Olson, Thelma
Hawley, Monica E, transmitter




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