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Illinois River Bridge, Spanning Illinois River at Benton County Road 3, Siloam Springs, Benton County, AR



B&W Photos

HB57044
General View Of Concrete Deck Arch Bridge, Looking Northeast

HB57045
General View Of Bridge, Looking Southwest

HB57046
Elevation View Of Bridge, Looking Northwest

HB57047
View Of Underside Of Arches From Downstream, Looking Northeast

HB57048
View From Upstream Showing Triangular-shaped Pier, Looking Northeast

HB57049
Looking Southwest, View From Bridge Deck

HB57050
Looking Southwest, View From Roadbed With 4' Range Pole At Northwest Side Of Bridge Railing

HB57051
Detail View Of Builder's Plate On Northwest Side Of Bridge At Center Of Span Over Center Pier Which Reads 'designed And Built By Luten Bridge Co., Knoxville, Tenn., 1922'

HB57052
Detail View Of Bridge Plate On Southeast Side Of Bridge At Center Of Span Over Center Pier Which Reads 'bridge Commission, Joe Beasley, County Judge, Lon Williams, J.r


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Item Title


Location
Spanning Illinois River at Benton County Road 3, Siloam Springs, AR

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER AR-28
Building/structure dates: 1922 initial construction
Significance: Completed in 1922, the Illinois River Bridge was designed by Daniel B. Luten, the owner of more than fifty patents on reinforced concrete arch bridges. This intact, 130-foot, two-span concrete bridge in northwest Arkansas is one of state's best examples of an early twentieth century reinforced concrete arch bridge.

Subjects
Concrete Arch Bridges
Transportation
Bridge Construction


Related Names
Luten Bridge Company
Steen, Kathryn, Historian
Smith, Corinne, Historian


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. GENERAL VIEW OF CONCRETE DECK ARCH BRIDGE, LOOKING NORTHEAST
2. GENERAL VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
3. ELEVATION VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING NORTHWEST
4. VIEW OF UNDERSIDE OF ARCHES FROM DOWNSTREAM, LOOKING NORTHEAST
5. VIEW FROM UPSTREAM SHOWING TRIANGULAR-SHAPED PIER, LOOKING NORTHEAST
6. LOOKING SOUTHWEST, VIEW FROM BRIDGE DECK
7. LOOKING SOUTHWEST, VIEW FROM ROADBED WITH 4' RANGE POLE AT NORTHWEST SIDE OF BRIDGE RAILING
8. DETAIL VIEW OF BUILDER'S PLATE ON NORTHWEST SIDE OF BRIDGE AT CENTER OF SPAN OVER CENTER PIER WHICH READS 'DESIGNED AND BUILT BY LUTEN BRIDGE CO., KNOXVILLE, TENN., 1922'
9. DETAIL VIEW OF BRIDGE PLATE ON SOUTHEAST SIDE OF BRIDGE AT CENTER OF SPAN OVER CENTER PIER WHICH READS 'BRIDGE COMMISSION, JOE BEASLEY, COUNTY JUDGE, LON WILLIAMS, J.R. GAMBLE'


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