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Lake Street Bridge

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Lake Street Bridge

Primary Photographer(s): Nathan Holth

Bridge Documented: May 13, 2004

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Key Facts

Facility Carried / Feature Intersected
Lake Street (NY-425) Over East Branch Twelvemile Creek
Location
Wilson: Niagara County, New York: United States
Structure Type
Stone Closed Spandrel Deck Arch, Fixed
Construction Date and Builder / Engineer
1915 By Builder/Contractor: Unknown

Technical Facts

Rehabilitation Date
Not Available or Not Applicable
Main Span Length
12 Feet (4 Meters)
Structure Length
12 Feet (4 Meters)
Roadway Width
Not Available
Spans
1 Main Span(s)
NBI Number
C550097

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Bridge Documentation

This bridge no longer exists!

Lake Street is also known as State Road 425. The bridge is in Wilson, New York and appears to go over a small and short branch of 12 Mile Creek. This bridge is a tiny arch bridge with unusually ornate railings that include decorative posts, which presumably originally also functions as light standards. The other main interest in this structure are the unusually ornate approach metal railings, which appear to be from a former bridge, perhaps a beam bridge or a tiny truss bridge from the turn of the century or earlier. Few historic bridges that remain today retain railings as ornate as these approach railings. The design of the railing, a sort of "arch lattice" is particularly rare.


This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Arch Lattice Railing

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