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John T. Cunningham Memorial Bridge, Spanning Cumberland River, on Old State Route 13, Clarksville, Montgomery County, TN



B&W Photos

HB1087170
View Of Bridge In Setting, Looking West

HB1087171
View Of North Elevation, Looking South

HB1087172
View Of North Elevation, East Truss, Looking South

HB1087173
View Of North Elevation, West Truss, Looking South

HB1087174
View Of North Elevation With K-truss In Center, Looking South

HB1087175
View Of South Elevation, Looking North

HB1087176
Through View Of Bridge, Looking East

HB1087177
Through View Of Bridge, Looking West

HB1087178
View Of Viaduct, East Approach, Looking South

HB1087179
View Of Top Chord Connection, K-truss, Looking North

HB1087180
View Of Top Chord Connection, K-truss, Looking North

HB1087181
View Of Top Chord Connection, K-truss, Looking Up

HB1087182
View Of Connection, West Truss, Looking South

HB1087183
View Of K-connection, North Side Of Center Truss, Looking South

HB1087184
View Of K-connection, North Side Of Center Truss, Looking South


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Item Title


Location
on Old State Route 13, Clarksville, TN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER TN-21
Building/structure dates: 1925 initial construction
National Register Number: NR
Significance: The bridge is an example of the K-truss, one of only two known to exist in Tennessee. The bridge also is historically significant as one of the first bridge built by the Tennessee State Highway Department. It was also the first major federal aid bridge project in Tennessee.

Subjects
Business & Finance
Civil Engineering
Concrete Girder Bridges


Related Names
Tennessee State Highway Department
Gould Contracting Company
Nashville Bridge Company
Cunningham, John T.


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF BRIDGE IN SETTING, LOOKING WEST
2. VIEW OF NORTH ELEVATION, LOOKING SOUTH
3. VIEW OF NORTH ELEVATION, EAST TRUSS, LOOKING SOUTH
4. VIEW OF NORTH ELEVATION, WEST TRUSS, LOOKING SOUTH
5. VIEW OF NORTH ELEVATION WITH K-TRUSS IN CENTER, LOOKING SOUTH
6. VIEW OF SOUTH ELEVATION, LOOKING NORTH
7. THROUGH VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING EAST
8. THROUGH VIEW OF BRIDGE, LOOKING WEST
9. VIEW OF VIADUCT, EAST APPROACH, LOOKING SOUTH
10. VIEW OF TOP CHORD CONNECTION, K-TRUSS, LOOKING NORTH
11. VIEW OF TOP CHORD CONNECTION, K-TRUSS, LOOKING NORTH
12. VIEW OF TOP CHORD CONNECTION, K-TRUSS, LOOKING UP
13. VIEW OF CONNECTION, WEST TRUSS, LOOKING SOUTH
14. VIEW OF K-CONNECTION, NORTH SIDE OF CENTER TRUSS, LOOKING SOUTH
15. VIEW OF K-CONNECTION, NORTH SIDE OF CENTER TRUSS, LOOKING SOUTH


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