This is one of a number of concrete arch bridges composing the Florida East Coast Railway Extension. This particular example is missing spans in the middle because the waterway is used by large boats. The current US-1 bridge next to it is a high level bridge for this same reason. A span at also missing at the east end. Despite the missing spans, a portion of the bridge, the west half, has still been preserved as a fishing pier.
Length given is an estimate.
This page documents one bridge that composed the Florida East Coast Railway Extension, composed of numerous bridges connecting the Florida Keys. Visit HistoricBridges.org's Bahia Honda Bridge page for a number of primary source documents and other materials relating to this bridge and the associated Florida East Coast Railway Extension, as constructed under the direction of the famous Henry Flagler.
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