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Curry Creek Bridge, Spanning Curry Creek at State Route 15, Jefferson, Jackson County, GA



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Location
Spanning Curry Creek at State Route 15, Jefferson, GA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER GA-67
Building/structure dates: 1926 initial construction
Significance: Curry Creek Bridge represents the solid concrete arch bridge type. One of forty-six concrete arch bridges recorded in the state of Georgia and one of thirty-seven identified as a solid concrete arch, it is the only such bridge recorded in Jackson County. This bridge does not possess a bridge plate. No information has been found concerning the history of the bridge with the exception of the construction date. According to Ms. Ann A. Jarrett of the Jackson County Historical Society, the bridge was built in 1926 to replace a covered bridge at the same location.

Subjects
Civil Engineering
Concrete Arch Bridges
Bridge Construction


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Setting, North Side, View toward Southwest
2. Setting, North Side, View toward Southeast
3. West Approach, View toward Northeast
4. West Approach, View toward Southeast
5. East Approach, View toward Northwest
6. East Approach, View toward Southwest
7. North Elevation
8. South Elevation
9. North Side, Arches and Handrail


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