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Pine Creek Bridge, Spanning Yellowstone River 10 miles South of Livin, Livingston, Park County, MT



B&W Photos

HB747837
Profile, Facing North-northwest

HB747838
Near-profile, Facing North

HB747839
3/4 View, Facing Northeast

HB747840
West Portal, Facing East

HB747841
East Portal, Facing West

HB747842
Detail Of Bridge Plaque, Facing East

HB747843
View Between Panels, Facing East

HB747844
Detail Of Sway Bracing, Facing Northwest

HB747845
Detail Of Pin-connection At Upper Chord, Facing Northeast

HB747846
Detail Of Pin-connection At Lower Chord, Facing Southeast

HB747847
Detail Of Floor System And Tubular Piers, Facing North

HB747848
Detail Of Roller Nest Atop Tubular Pier, Facing Northeast

HB747849
Detail Win Floor Beams Connected To Verticals Above Lower Chord, Facing East

HB747850
Detail Of Floor Beam And Stringers At West End Of Bridge, Facing Southeast


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Item Title


Location
Spanning Yellowstone River 10 miles South of Livin, Livingston vicinity, MT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER MT-61
Building/structure dates: 1910 initial construction
Significance: The bridge is significant for its associations with the early 20th century settlement boom in Montana. It is one of the older bridges on the Yellowstone River and an exceptional example of pin-connected, Parker through truss. The bridge is also significant for its association with the Montana Bridge and Iron Company of Livingston, a short-lived, but active, Montana bridge-building company.

Subjects
Truss Bridges
Vehicular Bridges


Related Names
Montana Bridge & Iron Company


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. PROFILE, FACING NORTH-NORTHWEST
2. NEAR-PROFILE, FACING NORTH
3. 3/4 VIEW, FACING NORTHEAST
4. WEST PORTAL, FACING EAST
5. EAST PORTAL, FACING WEST
6. DETAIL OF BRIDGE PLAQUE, FACING EAST
7. VIEW BETWEEN PANELS, FACING EAST
8. DETAIL OF SWAY BRACING, FACING NORTHWEST
9. DETAIL OF PIN-CONNECTION AT UPPER CHORD, FACING NORTHEAST
10. DETAIL OF PIN-CONNECTION AT LOWER CHORD, FACING SOUTHEAST
11. DETAIL OF FLOOR SYSTEM AND TUBULAR PIERS, FACING NORTH
12. DETAIL OF ROLLER NEST ATOP TUBULAR PIER, FACING NORTHEAST
13. DETAIL WIN FLOOR BEAMS CONNECTED TO VERTICALS ABOVE LOWER CHORD, FACING EAST
14. DETAIL OF FLOOR BEAM AND STRINGERS AT WEST END OF BRIDGE, FACING SOUTHEAST


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