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East Navidad River Bridge, Spanning East Navidad River at FM1579, Schulenburg, Fayette County, TX



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Item Title


Location
Spanning East Navidad River at FM1579, Schulenburg vicinity, TX

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER TX-79
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (N528).
Building/structure dates: 1921 initial construction
Significance: One of only a small number of concrete cantilever bridges constructed by the Texas Highway Department, this 199' long bridge also has unusual ornamental concrete railings.

Subjects
Bridges
Bridge Construction


Related Names
Granger, A. T.
Robertson, Lake
Hardman, Peggy, Historian
Harms, Bruce A., Photographer


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. GENERAL VIEW OF THE EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, EAST APPROACH, LOOKING WEST.
2. GENERAL VIEW OF THE EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, SOUTH SIDE, LOOKING NORTHWEST.
3. GENERAL VIEW OF EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, SKEWED SUBSTRUCTURE, LOOKING WEST.
4. GENERAL VIEW OF THE EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, EAST ABUTMENT, LOOKING EAST.
5. DETAIL OF EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, CANTILEVER DROP AT BENTS 2 AND 5, LOOKING NORTH.
6. DETAIL OF EAST NAVIDAD RIVER BRIDGE, BUILDER'S PLATE, LOOKING NORTH.


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