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North Carolina Route 2408 Bridge, Spanning Bull Creek, Asheville, Buncombe County, NC

North Carolina Route 2408 Bridge, Spanning Bull Creek, Asheville, Buncombe County, NC

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Significance: The bridge is 45' long. Divided into four panels, this rivet-connected Warren Pony truss is made of built-up members typical for this construction date. The substructure of the span is made of steel columns.
Survey number: HAER NC-30
Building/structure dates: 1915 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Camden Iron Company
Fore, George, field team
Yearby, Jean P, transmitter
Hawke, Paul, historian
Lanier, Nick, photographer


Asheville (N.C.)35.64696, -82.47564
Google Map of 35.6469643, -82.4756371


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