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Bryant Station Bridge
Primary Photographer(s): Nathan Holth
Bridge Documented: August 1, 2019
Rural: Milam County, Texas: United States
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Main Span Length
200.0 Feet (61 Meters)
332.0 Feet (101.2 Meters)
15.7 Feet (4.79 Meters)
1 Main Span(s)
and 6 Approach Span(s)
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This bridge is noted for its rare sloped deck which gives the bridge a unique appearance.
Cambria brands are visible on the sway bracing, while Lackawanna brands are visible elsewhere, indicating multiple mills supplied materials for this bridge.
The bridge has been abandoned since a new bridge was built nearby in 2002. In 2013, a news article suggested the bridge might be moved to a local cemetery, but as of 2019 the bridge remains in its original location so it is not known if the plans never materialized.
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