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Sunderland Bridge (Massachusetts)

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Sunderland Bridge
IMG 3833-Sunderland-Bridge.jpg
Coordinates42°28′03″N 72°35′06″W / 42.46750°N 72.58500°W / 42.46750; -72.58500
CrossesConnecticut River
LocaleSouth Deerfield, Massachusetts to Sunderland, Massachusetts
Characteristics
Designdeck truss
Total length1,177 ft (358.7 m)
Location

The Sunderland Bridge is a crossing over the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts, connecting the towns of South Deerfield and Sunderland, carrying Massachusetts Route 116.

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History and construction of the bridge

There was at least one preceding bridge at this location, a metal through-truss bridge destroyed by the floating Montague City Covered Bridge during the Flood of 1936.[1]

The current Sunderland Bridge is a deck truss bridge completed in 1937. Reconstruction of the bridge was completed in 1994. Replacement of the original art deco railings by modern ones was controversial.[2]

Dedication plaque
Dedication plaque

References

  1. ^ Klekowski, Ed; Wilda, Elizabeth; Klekowski, Libby (2003). The Great Flood of 1936: The Connecticut River Story (DVD). Springfield, Massachusetts: WGBY. Event occurs at 16:00. OCLC 58055715. Archived from the original on 2011-09-30. Retrieved 16 November 2011.
  2. ^ "Design Alternatives for Rural Roads" (PDF). Franklin Regional Council of Governments.

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