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Wilson Mill Bridge, Spanning Deer Creek at MD Route 161, Darlington, Harford County, MD

Wilson Mill Bridge, Spanning Deer Creek at MD Route 161, Darlington, Harford County, MD



Significance: This bridge is part of the Darlington Road, a major north/south artery, dating from the colonial period, that links the northern, agrarian, section of Harford County with the southern, commercial and industrial sector. It is one of only six remaining metal truss bridges in Harford County, and one of 26 bridges of the same general structural type throughout the state road network.
Survey number: HAER MD-106



Historic American Engineering Record, creator


Darlington39.62671, -76.20200
Google Map of 39.6267143, -76.2019981


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