Kettle River Bridge - 1960 - Curlew, WA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member T0SHEA
N 48° 52.868 W 118° 36.230
11U E 382414 N 5415482
Quick Description: At 200.1 feet in length and 25.9 feet in width, this is the second truss bridge which crosses the Kettle River at Curlew in northern Ferry County.
Location: Washington, United States
Date Posted: 6/29/2016 3:59:48 PM
Waymark Code: WMRJNQ
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Jake39
Views: 3

Long Description:
This two lane bridge, built in 1960, carries State Highway 21 over the Kettle River just south of the village of Curlew. A Polygonal Warren through truss bridge, it rests on heavy concrete seats with abutments and wing walls each end. There are essentially no approach spans to the bridge. Each side of the bridge has a narrow walkway.

At each end of the bridge, on the right side, is a large rounded concrete post supporting railing ends which bears the year of construction of the bridge.

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Date built or dedicated as indicated on the date stone or plaque.: 1960

Date stone, plaque location.: Right side, each end, just above walkway level

Road, body of water, land feature, etc. that the bridge spans.: Kettle River

Website (if available): [Web Link]

Parking (safe parking location): Not Listed

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