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Waupaca River Bridge, Spanning Waupaca River at Mill Street, Waupaca, Waupaca County, WI



B&W Photos

HB1244586
View To West

HB1244587
View To West Southwest.

HB1244588
View To East.

HB1244589
Distant View To Northeast.

HB1244590
View To Northeast.

HB1244591
View To Southwest.

HB1244592
Segmental Arch, Sidewalk Bracket And Gunite Details.


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Item Title


Location
Spanning Waupaca River at Mill Street, Waupaca, WI

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER WI-70
Building/structure dates: 1891 initial construction
Significance: The Waupaca River Bridge is a six-arch, granite structure that was built in 1891. Waupaca County is among those Wisconsin counties unique for the number of stone-arch bridges they once had. Of the eleven remaining bridges identified in Waupaca County by the 1986 publication Historic Highway Bridges in Wisconsin, Volume 1: Stone and Concrete Arch Bridges, this structure is unique in the city and county as the one with the most spans and the greatest length.

Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW TO WEST. SUBJECT BRIDGE AND ITS SETTING.
2. VIEW TO WEST SOUTHWEST.
3. VIEW TO EAST.
4. DISTANT VIEW TO NORTHEAST.
5. VIEW TO NORTHEAST.
6. VIEW TO SOUTHWEST.
7. SEGMENTAL ARCH, SIDEWALK BRACKET AND GUNITE DETAILS.


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