A bridge of reinforced concrete with elliptical arches and a 30-foot span, this was one of the first reinforced concrete bridges for highway use to be constructed in the United States. The design of the bridge was based on a system developed by the Austrian engineer Joseph Melan. In 1964 it was moved to its present site from its former location over Dry Creek, 3 miles to the south.
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