Category:Bass Point Creek High Bridge
English: The Bass Point Creek High Bridge is a deck girder steel trestle bridge northwest of Boone, Iowa, 156 feet high and 754 feet long. It is located in Boone County, Iowa and is currently used by the Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad and Museum. It was constructed by the Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern Railway in 1913 as a replacement for the timber trestle bridge erected in 1905 by the Newton and Northwestern Railroad.
Media in category "Bass Point Creek High Bridge"
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- High Bridge near Boone, Iowa (5058256485).jpg 1,024 × 688; 366 KB
- Steam train crosses the Bass Point Creek Bridge.jpg 1,024 × 683; 607 KB