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Bridges - Missouri

Here are links to some notable bridges (past and present) found along Route 40.

Chain of Rocks BridgeChain of Rocks Bridge (St. Louis, MO)
"The 5,353-foot long Chain of Rocks Bridge was built in 1929 and served as a Mississippi River crossing for the Route 40 and Route 66 bypasses. The br......"

IconMartin Luther King Bridge (St. Louis, MO)

Eads BridgeEads Bridge (St. Louis, MO)

McKinley BridgeMcKinley Bridge (Saint Louis, MO)
"Opened in 1910......."

IconPoplar Street Bridge (St. Louis, MO)

IconMacArthur Bridge (St. Louis, MO)

IconJonesburg Railroad Underpass (Jonesburg, MO)
"Ron Knudson of Columbia, Missouri writes: "There was a famous railroad underpass there and as Highway 40 passed under the railroad it made a very s......"

Boonville BridgeBoonville Bridge (site) (Boonville, MO)
"This bridge was constructed in 1922 and had an overall length og 2,666 feet. It was an experience driving across this old bridge. It was barely wide......"

IconUnnamed Bridge (Oak Grove, MO)
"Built in the 1920s or 1930s, this old bridge was the last of its kind in western Missouri. It will be replaced with a more modern (and safer) replace......"

St. Charles-Bridgeton BridgeSt. Charles-Bridgeton Bridge (site) (Saint Charles, MO)
"Built in 1903 by the Midland Bridge Company. Designed by Waddell & Hedrick of Kansas City. It closed to vehicular traffic in 1992 and was rzed in 19......"

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Last updated: 2009-09-08 04:28:09

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