The Bridges Of Glauchau (Saxony), Germany

Author’s note: I had to revise this tour guide as I learned that there were four bridges that needed to be added on there, plus six other bridges that had significant information that warranted editing. Henceforth, I’m presenting you an excerpt on Glauchau’s bridges with a link at the end that will take you to…
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Updates On The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles

New Photo Apps and other changes to make the online column more attractive. JENA, GERMANY-  Two weeks after introducing the Bridge Builder’s page for the Bridgehunter’s Chronicles’ wordpress page, the column has expanded to include several apps with the purpose to better address the audience. Some of the new features the Chronicles has available for…
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Draschwitz Bridge Near Zeitz, Germany

Location: White Elster River in the village of Draschwitz, 7 kilometers north of Zeitz in the state of Saxony-Anhalt Built: 1891-2; Damaged during World War II in 1945, Rebuilt in 1946, Restored in 1999/2000 Type: Parker Pony Truss with subdivisions Length:  ca. 30 meters Status: Open to traffic on a weight limit of 6 tons…
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Central States Bridge Company Of Indianapolis, Indiana

This article is in connection with the creation of the database for the Bridge Builder’s Directory in the Bridgehunter’s Chronicles’ wordpress page, which you can click here to view. Indiana, together with Minnesota, Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New York, were considered the big six in terms of steel construction and bridge building during the heyday…
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C.W. Gove Of Windom, Minnesota

This article is in connection with the creation of the database for the Bridge Builder’s Directory in the Bridgehunter’s Chronicles’ wordpress page, which you can click here to view. More information is needed on this gentleman, who contributed a great deal in engineering southwestern Minnesota, including Jackson, Cottonwood and Murray Counties. If you have information…
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