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North Bosque River Bridge, Spanning North Bosque River at State Highway 6, Clairette, Erath County, TX

North Bosque River Bridge, Spanning North Bosque River at State Highway 6, Clairette, Erath County, TX

 
 
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Significance: The North Bosque River bridge is a fine example of the Texas Highway Department's development of standard bridge designs. The rise of state highway departments marks the decline of the entrepreneurial bridge designer and the coming of the automobile age.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N527
Survey number: HAER TX-83
Building/structure dates: ca. 1932- ca. 1933 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Texas Highway Department
Wickline, George G
Gilchrist, Gibb
Cage Brothers
Texas Department of TRansportation
Texas Department of TRansportation, sponsor
Texas Historical Commission, sponsor
Sears, Hannah, transmitter
Brown, Mark, historian
Harms, Bruce A, photographer
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