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Category:Covered Bridge, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

English: Covered Bridge (originally called Red Bridge) is located in the town of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, United States, and is the last remaining covered bridge in that state. Built in 1876, the bridge, which crosses Cedar Creek, is 120 feet long and made of pine with oak lattices.


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This is a category about a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America. Its reference number is
73000092
Covered Bridge 
covered bridge in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, US
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Instance ofwooden bridge,
footbridge,
road bridge,
covered bridge
Material used
Location Cedarburg (town), Wisconsin, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
Crosses
  • Cedar Creek
Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1973)
Inception
  • 1876
Length
  • 120 ±1 ft
43° 20′ 16.8″ N, 88° 00′ 18″ W
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Covered Bridge (Cedarburg, Wisconsin) (de); Covered Bridge (en) covered bridge in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, US (en); houten brug in de Verenigde Staten (nl) Red Bridge (en)

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