Hardin Bridge

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Hardin Bridge
Official name Joe Page Bridge
Carries IL 16 / IL 100
Crosses Illinois River
Locale Hardin, Illinois
Opened 1930
Daily traffic 11,000
Coordinates 39°09′37″N 90°36′49″W / 39.16028°N 90.61361°W / 39.16028; -90.61361Coordinates: 39°09′37″N 90°36′49″W / 39.16028°N 90.61361°W / 39.16028; -90.61361

The Hardin Bridge is a bridge in Hardin, Illinois that carries Illinois Route 16 and Illinois Route 100 across the Illinois River. The bridge is the southernmost bridge on the river. It is also one of three crossings used by IL 100, the other two being in Florence and Beardstown. The bridge's western abutment is the western terminus of IL 16. It was built in 1930 and rehabilitated in 2003-04.

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