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Sharon Station Road Bridge, Sharon Station Road spanning Webatuck Creek, Sharon, Litchfield County, CT

Sharon Station Road Bridge, Sharon Station Road spanning Webatuck Creek, Sharon, Litchfield County, CT

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Significance: One of few surviving examples of the Berlin Iron Bridge Company's distinctive lenticular truss bridges. It is important locally because of its association with the Sharon Valley Industrial Complex. It is listed in the Sharon Valley Historic District, nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Survey number: HAER CT-161
Building/structure dates: 1885 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Berlin Iron Bridge Company
Aifson, Mary, transmitter
Moore, Robert, photographer
ConnDOT, photographer
Warner, Frederic, historian


connecticut41.87938, -73.47687
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