Sulphur Creek Bridge – Lampasas TX

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Description

The Sulphur Creek Bridge is a three span steel stringer bridge that carries U.S. Highway 281 over Sulphur Creek in Lampasas, Texas.

W. W. Vann & C0. built the bridge in 1934 under the direction of the Texas Highway Department and the United States Bureau of Public Roads.

Source notes

Plaque on bridge

US 281 over SULPHUR CREEK, http://uglybridges.com/1566073

Project originally submitted by Larry Moore on October 13, 2015.

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Location Info


Lampasas, Texas

Location notes: U.S Highway 281 across Sulphur Creek, Lampasas

Coordinates: 31.05545, -98.18208

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