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Historic Bridges: Whatcom County, Washington

Special Bridge Conditions Legend
! At risk for demolition or destruction.
X Confirmed demolished or collapsed.
S Dismantled and/or in storage.
L Severe loss of historic integrity due to alteration.

Total Bridges Found: 4

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Mosquito Lake Road Bridge
Old Guide Meridian Bridge
Historic Significance Rating (HSR)
National HSR. Local HSR.
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Mosquito Lake Road Over Middle Fork Nooksack River

Rural: Whatcom County, Washington
Metal 16 Panel Pin-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Pre-Stressed Concrete Adjacent Box Beam, Fixed
Length: 423 ft
Main Span: 338 ft
Roadway: 13 ft
Main Spans: 1
Built 1915 By: Toledo Bridge and Crane Company of Toledo, Ohio
North Fork Nooksack River Railroad Bridge
Historic Significance Rating (HSR)
National HSR. Local HSR.
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Railroad (BNSF) Over North Fork Nooksack River

Rural: Whatcom County, Washington
Metal 6 Panel Pin-Connected Pratt Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Through Girder, Fixed
Length: 420 ft
Main Span: 155 ft
Main Spans: 2
Built By: Unknown
X
Van Zandt Bridge
Potter Road Bridge
Historic Significance Rating (HSR)
National HSR. Local HSR.
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Potter Road Over South Fork Nooksack River

Rural: Whatcom County, Washington
Metal 8 Panel Rivet-Connected Parker Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Concrete Stringer (Multi-Beam), Fixed
Length: 243 ft
Main Span: 10 ft
Roadway: 14.4 ft
Main Spans: 1
Built 1927 By: Portland Bridge Company of Portland, Oregon and Carl McCoy
WA-9 Bridge
Valley Highway Bridge
Historic Significance Rating (HSR)
National HSR. Local HSR.
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WA-9 (Valley Highway) Over North Fork Nooksack River

Rural: Whatcom County, Washington
Metal 8 Panel Rivet-Connected Polygonal Warren Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Concrete T-Beam, Fixed
Length: 410 ft
Main Span: 160 ft
Roadway: 26 ft
Main Spans: 2
Built 1954 By: Unknown and Washington Department of Highways

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