This is one of a unique and rare group of 11 historic bridges located on a relatively short stretch of road. Length given is rough estimate. This is a Pratt through truss bridge over the Rosebud River on Highway 10X between Rosedale and Wayne (in the Town of Drumheller, Alberta). There was a 1926 construction date reported for this bridge. However the rolled beams and complete use of bolts suggest that the bridge is newer or otherwise severely altered. The bridge is the 9th truss bridge in a six kilometer stretch that is known as the Eleven Bridges of Wayne. Located in the Canadian Badlands. This bridge has a significant skew.
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