Category:Union Arch Bridge

  • English: The Union Arch Bridge, also called the "Cabin John Bridge", is a historic masonry structure in Cabin John, Maryland. It was designed as part of the Washington Aqueduct. The bridge construction began in 1857 and was completed in 1864.
The Union Arch Bridge was designated as a Historic National Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers in 1972 and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Both designations refer to the bridge as the "Cabin John Aqueduct."
Union Arch Bridge (en); Union Arch Bridge (pl); Union Arch Bridge (de); Union Arch Bridge (fr) historic masonry structure in Maryland, U.S. (en); boogbrug in Maryland, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl) Cabin John Bridge, Cabin John Aqueduct, Cabin John Aqueduct Bridge (en)
Union Arch Bridge 
historic masonry structure in Maryland, U.S.
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Instance ofarch bridge,
stone bridge,
road bridge
Made from material
Location Cabin John, Montgomery County, Maryland
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Inception
  • 1857
Significant event
  • start of manufacturing or construction (1857)
  • end of manufacturing or construction (1864)
Length
  • 140 m
38° 58′ 22.44″ N, 77° 08′ 52.8″ W
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