Nisutlin Bay Bridge - Teslin, Yukon
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member linkys
N 60° 09.987 W 132° 42.484
8V E 627178 N 6672155
Quick Description: The Nitsutlin Bridge, at 584 meters / 1917 feet, it is the longest bridge on the Alaskan Highway.
Location: Yukon Territory, Canada
Date Posted: 6/7/2010 12:20:45 PM
Waymark Code: WM904T
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member trekinldy59
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Long Description:
The current Nisutlin Bay Bridge, built in 1956, is the third bridge to span the bay since the original construction of the highway. It is two lanes wide and consists of seven metal through truss spans set on concrete piers. The roadway is composed of large opening, metal grating. Because of this, cars and motorcycles should use caution when crossing.
Length of Span:
584 meters / 1917 feet


Parking Coordinates:: Not Listed

Date Built: Not listed

www: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
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