Bridges - Maryland
Here are links to some notable bridges (past and present) found along Route 40.
|Havre de Grace-Perryville Bridge (site) (Havre de Grace, MD)|
"From the Maryland Transportation Authority:
The 1910 structure, acquired by a group of private citizens who operated it as a toll facility between 19......"
|Jug Bridge (site) (Frederick, MD)|
"The Jug Bridge was built over the Monacacy River in 1808 at a location a few miles east of Frederick, Maryland. The bridge consisted of two 65-foot s......"
|Antietam Creek Bridge (Funkstown, MD)|
"The Antietam Creek Bridge is a triple arch stone bridge spanning Antietam Creek at Funkstown, Washington County, Maryland.
The bridge was built by Ja......"
|Wilson Bridge (Wilson, MD)|
"Constructed in 1819 by Silas Harry, it has five stone arches and a length of 215 feet. A newer bridge just to the south opened in 1937, diverted most......"
|Bear Creek Bridge (Hancock, MD)|
"Bear Creek Bridge is a wooden timber bridge spanning Bear Creak 10 miles west of Hancock, Washington County, Maryland on the west slope of Sideling Hi......"
|Clarysville Bridge (Clarysville, MD)|
"Spans Braddock's Run. Built in 1812 by James Kinkead. Rebuilt by James Murray in 1834......."
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Last updated: 2009-09-08 04:28:09