Rush Creek BridgeThe concrete bridge has guardrails on each side which have six concrete pillars with an indented design. Spanning these pillars are two sets of horizontal concrete bars. The bridge has two tunnels, each approximately 4 ft. by 12 ft.
Due to the proximity of this bridge to the designated Federal Works Progress Administration (WPA) culvert, both of which are on Blakely Avenue, we feel certain that this bridge is also of WPA construction. This bridge crosses Rush Creek twenty feet east of the WPA culvert. As is sometimes the case, these bridges do not have the WPA shield affixed, however, their style and construction is identical to those that do have the shield.
Project originally submitted by hamquilter on June 17, 2018.
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