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Lost Bridge, Spanning Little Missouri River, twenty-three miles, Killdeer, Dunn County, ND



B&W Photos

HB770318
BWPhotos 199313

HB770319
BWPhotos 199314

HB770320
BWPhotos 199315

HB770321
BWPhotos 199316

HB770322
BWPhotos 199317

HB770323
BWPhotos 199318

HB770324
BWPhotos 199319

HB770325
BWPhotos 199320

HB770326
BWPhotos 199321

HB770327
BWPhotos 199322

HB770328
BWPhotos 199323

HB770329
BWPhotos 199324

HB770330
BWPhotos 199325

HB770331
BWPhotos 199326

HB770332
BWPhotos 199327

HB770333
BWPhotos 199328

HB770334
BWPhotos 199329

HB770335
BWPhotos 199330

HB770336
BWPhotos 199331

HB770337
BWPhotos 199332


Item Title
BWPhotos 199332

Location
twenty-three miles, Killdeer vicinity, ND

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER ND-8
Building/structure dates: 1930 initial construction
Significance: The Lost Bridge is a three-span, riveted Parker through truss, bridge designed by the North Dakota Highway Department and constructed in 1930. The bridge is associated with the Great Depression and stood relatively unused until approach roads were constructed in 1953 and paved in 1963 (north side) and in 1967 (south side). Thus, the bridge is well known in the State as "Lost Bridge."

Subjects
Depressions
Transportation
Bridge Construction


Related Names
Redmond, Garry, Photographer
Good, Kent N., Historian


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

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