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Instance of deck arch bridge,
railway bridge
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LocationCoatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania
  • West Branch Brandywine Creek
Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1976)
39° 59′ 02.04″ N, 75° 49′ 39″ W
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High Bridge (en) Eisenbahnbrücke in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); boogbrug met dek boven boog in Pennsylvania, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
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Carries former Pennsylvania Railroad Main Line across the w:West Branch Brandywine Creek at w:Coatesville, Pennsylvania.

Original bridge built 1832, widened 1854 (wooden). Second bridge built 1867 (iron; see Category:Coatesville High Bridge (1867)). Third bridge built 1890 (wrought iron Pratt truss). Current bridge opened 1904 (stone arch).

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