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Northern Pacific Railroad Overhead Bridge, Spanning Burlington Northern Railroad, Mandan, Morton County, ND

Northern Pacific Railroad Overhead Bridge, Spanning Burlington Northern Railroad, Mandan, Morton County, ND



This structure was relocated in 1991.
Significance: The Burlington Northern Railroad Overhead Bridge was a two-span and the only skewed, steel, Warren through truss bridge in North Dakota. Construction was funded by emergency Federal funds during the Great Depression as a make-work project.
Survey number: HAER ND-6
Building/structure dates: 1933 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1991 Demolished



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Clinton Bridge Works
North Dakota Highway Commission
Frahm, H C
Rue, Milton L
Northern Pacific Railroad
Wanzek Construction Company, Inc.
Corona, Julie, transmitter
National Dakota State Historic Preservation Office, sponsor
North Dakota Department of Transportation, sponsor


Mandan (N.D.)46.82666, -100.88958
Google Map of 46.8266603, -100.8895761


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