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The Bell Manor Road Bridge in Cecil County, Maryland, built about 1885

The Bell Manor Road Bridge in Cecil County, Maryland, built about 1885

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Bestpitch Ferry Road Bridge over the Transquaking River in remote Dorchester County, Maryland

Bestpitch Ferry Road Bridge over the Transquaking River in remote Dorc...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Rolling Mill Road bridge in Maryland

Rolling Mill Road bridge in Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Bennies Hill Road Bridge, Middletown, Maryland, built about 1880

Bennies Hill Road Bridge, Middletown, Maryland, built about 1880

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Detour Road Bridge, built about 1872 over Big Pipe Creek, Catoctin, Maryland

Detour Road Bridge, built about 1872 over Big Pipe Creek, Catoctin, Ma...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Bridgebuilder's plate on the Bullfrog Road Bridge in Frederick County, Maryland

Bridgebuilder's plate on the Bullfrog Road Bridge in Frederick County,...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Rolling Mill Road Bridge over Northeast Creek, Cecil County, Maryland

Rolling Mill Road Bridge over Northeast Creek, Cecil County, Maryland

Bridge built in 1885. Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, subject note, and ke... more

Bennies Hill Road Bridge over Catoctin Creek, Middletown, Maryland

Bennies Hill Road Bridge over Catoctin Creek, Middletown, Maryland

Bridge built in 1880. Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, subject note, and ke... more

Paper Mill Road bridge, Baltimore County, Maryland

Paper Mill Road bridge, Baltimore County, Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Poffenberger Road bridge over Catoctin Creek, built in 1878, Burkittsville, Maryland

Poffenberger Road bridge over Catoctin Creek, built in 1878, Burkittsv...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Poffenberger Road bridge over Catoctin Creek, built in 1878, Burkittsville, Maryland

Poffenberger Road bridge over Catoctin Creek, built in 1878, Burkittsv...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Rolling Mill Road Bridge over Northeast Creek, Cecil County, Maryland

Rolling Mill Road Bridge over Northeast Creek, Cecil County, Maryland

Bridge built in 1885. Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, subject note, and ke... more

The 1863 Old Ford Road Bridge over Antietam Creek, Hagerstown, Maryland

The 1863 Old Ford Road Bridge over Antietam Creek, Hagerstown, Marylan...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

McCauley Road Bridge, built about 1900, Rowlandsville, Maryland

McCauley Road Bridge, built about 1900, Rowlandsville, Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Crow Rock Road Bridge, completed in 1897 in Ellerton, Maryland

Crow Rock Road Bridge, completed in 1897 in Ellerton, Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

The 1863 Old Ford Road Bridge over Antietam Creek, Hagerstown, Maryland

The 1863 Old Ford Road Bridge over Antietam Creek, Hagerstown, Marylan...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Pearre Road Bridge, built in 1908, New Windsor, Maryland

Pearre Road Bridge, built in 1908, New Windsor, Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Bell Manor Road Bridge over Conowingo Creek, Conowingo, Maryland

Bell Manor Road Bridge over Conowingo Creek, Conowingo, Maryland

Bridge built in 1885. Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, subject note, and ke... more

Paper Mill Road bridge, Baltimore County, Maryland

Paper Mill Road bridge, Baltimore County, Maryland

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

[Pearre Road Bridge, built in 1908, New Windsor, Maryland]

[Pearre Road Bridge, built in 1908, New Windsor, Maryland]

Digital image produced by Library of Congress. Title, date and keywords provided by photographer for similar image: LC-HS503-4690. Credit line: Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress... more

Detour Road Bridge in Frederick County, Maryland, built about 1872

Detour Road Bridge in Frederick County, Maryland, built about 1872

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Merritt Parkway, Reservoir Road Bridge, Spanning Reservoir Road, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Reservoir Road Bridge, Spanning Reservoir Road, Trumb...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Unity Road Bridge, Spanning Unity Road, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Unity Road Bridge, Spanning Unity Road, Trumbull, Fai...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Huntington Road Bridge, Stratford, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Huntington Road Bridge, Stratford, Fairfield County, ...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Glebe Road Bridge, Spanning Glebe Road, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Glebe Road Bridge, Spanning Glebe Road, Arlington, Arlington County, V...

Significance: Built as part of a project to extend the GWMP closer to a proposed terminus at Great Falls, Virginia. Survey number: HAER VA-75 Building/structure dates: 1957-1959 Initial Construction Building... more

Merritt Parkway, Cutspring Road Bridge, Spanning Cutspring Road, Stratford, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Cutspring Road Bridge, Spanning Cutspring Road, Strat...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Merritt Parkway, Nichols-Shelton Road Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway, Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Nichols-Shelton Road Bridge, Spanning Merritt Parkway...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the ornam... more

Elk Park Road Bridge, Spanning Elk Creek at Elk Park Road (Township Route 544), Girard Township, Lake City, Erie County, PA

Elk Park Road Bridge, Spanning Elk Creek at Elk Park Road (Township Ro...

Survey number: HAER PA-579 Building/structure dates: 1927 Initial Construction

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Benton, Polk County, TN

Dentville Road Bridge, Spanning Hiawassee River on Dentville Road, Ben...

Significance: The bridge is a representative example of both the through Parker and Pratt trusses. It is also significant due to its local historical associations and its association with the Joliet Bridge and ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfield County, CT

Frost Bridge Road Bridge, Spanning Naugatuck River, Thomaston, Litchfi...

Significance: The Frost Bridge Road Bridge is historically significant as an example of a Pratt Through truss bridge, a popular structure type commonly used throughout the northeast. Survey number: HAER CT-35 ... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Renwick Road Bridge, Plainfield, Will County, IL

Significance: This single-span bridge, located near a historic site on DuPage River is a through Pratt truss, 151 feet in length, the last surviving through truss in Will County, and an example of a bridge type... more

Merritt Parkway, Hillside Road Bridge, Spanning Hillside Road, Fairfield, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Hillside Road Bridge, Spanning Hillside Road, Fairfie...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Merritt Parkway, Hillside Road Bridge, Spanning Hillside Road, Fairfield, Fairfield County, CT

Merritt Parkway, Hillside Road Bridge, Spanning Hillside Road, Fairfie...

Significance: The bridges of the Merritt Parkway were predominately inspired by the Art Deco and Art Moderne architectural styles of the 1930s. Experimental forming techniques were employed to create the orname... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road, Kimmswick, Jefferson County, MO

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge, Spanning Rock Creek on Windsor Harbor Road...

Significance: Windsor Harbor Road Bridge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the earliest known wrought iron span still extant in Missouri. Built for the city of St. Louis in 1784-75... more

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tuscola County, MI

Cottrell Road Bridge, Spanning CSX Transportation tracks, Vassar, Tusc...

Significance: This bridge is one of only six timber trestle structures in Michigan and by far the longest examples, having twice the length of the next longest example. Survey number: HAER MI-110

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