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Bridges - Maryland

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

IconHavre 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......"

Thomas J. Hatem BridgeThomas J. Hatem Bridge (Perryville, MD)

Post Road BridgePost Road Bridge (Havre de Grace, MD)

Beneath the Orleans Street ViaductOrleans Street Viaduct (Baltimore, MD)

Jug BridgeJug 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 at FunkstownAntietam 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 BridgeWilson Bridge (Wilson, MD)

New Wilson's BridgeNew Wilson's Bridge (Wilson, MD)
"Constructed in 1937......."

Wilson BridgeWilson 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......"

Conococheague BridgeConococheague Bridge (Wilson, MD)

IconHancock Potomac River Bridge (Hancock, MD)
"This magnificent bridge isn't on Route 40, but it is worth exploring......."

IconBear 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......"

IconNarrows Bridge (site) (Cumberland, MD)

Clarysville BridgeClarysville Bridge (Clarysville, MD)
"Spans Braddock's Run. Built in 1812 by James Kinkead. Rebuilt by James Murray in 1834......."

IconCasselman Bridge (Little Crossings Bridge, Castleman Bridge) (Grantsville, MD)
"Constructed in 1815. At the time it was the largest single arch stone bridge in the world. The large arch was part of a plan to extend the C&O canal......"

National Road at Puzzley Run bridgePuzzley Run Bridge (Grantsville, MD)

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