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Historic Bridges: St. Clair County, Illinois

Special Bridge Conditions Legend: R - Former location of relocated bridge. ! - 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: 3

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Washington Avenue (Riverpark Drive) and Railroad (MetroLink) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads in St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois, United States
Metal Braced Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed and Approach Spans: Stone Semicircular Deck Arch, Fixed
Length: 4007 ft. Main Span: 520 ft. Roadway: 46 ft. Main Spans: 3
Built 1874 By: Kelly-Atkinson Construction Company of Chicago, Illinois and James Eads
MacArthur Bridge
St. Louis Municipal Bridge
HSRNational HSR. Local HSR.
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Railroad (Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads in St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois, United States
Metal 18 Panel Pin-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Deck Girder, Fixed
Length: 13300 ft. Main Span: 668 ft. Roadway: 30 ft. Main Spans: 3
Built 1917 By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York and Boller, Hodge, and Baird of New York, New York
Martin Luther King Bridge
Veterans Memorial Bridge
HSRNational HSR. Local HSR.
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MO-799 S (Historic US-66) Over Mississippi River and Various Streets and Railroads in St. Louis and East St. Louis: St. Louis City, Missouri and St. Clair County, Illinois, United States
Metal Cantilever 24 Panel Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal 8 Panel Rivet-Connected Warren Deck Truss, Fixed
Length: 4010 ft. Main Span: 962 ft. Roadway: 38 ft. Main Spans: 3
Built 1951 By: J. Howard, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois and Hazelet and Erdal of Chicago, Illinois, George A. Maney, and Charles A. Ellis

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