Highway 19 Sinking Creek Bridge

Shannon County, MO

37.30285,-91.41260

The northernmost of the three bridges crosses Sinking Creek, a tributary of the Current River just to the west. The bridge is a 2-rib, open spandrel concrete arch with three 80-foot spans and a total length of 339 feet. It was built in 1925 for $38,724 and bears structure number H 79.

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Highway 19
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Highway 19
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Highway 19
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Sinking Creek bridge viewed from the north
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Sinking Creek bridge
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Sinking Creek Bridge viewed from north
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Sinking Creek Bridge
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Nameplate
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Nameplate
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Creek and east side of bridge
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Sinking Creek east of the bridge
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West side of bridge
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Current River east of Sinking Creek Bridge
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Current River State Park sign