Sabula Rail Bridge
|Sabula Rail Bridge|
Rail Bridge and Sabula, Iowa
|Carries||Single railroad track|
|Locale||Sabula, Iowa and Savanna, Illinois|
|Design||Steel truss bridge with swing span|
The Sabula Rail Bridge is a swing bridge that carries a single rail line across the Mississippi River between the island town of Sabula, Iowa and Savanna, Illinois. Originally built for the Milwaukee Road, and subsequently owned by the Iowa, Chicago and Eastern Railroad, the bridge is operational and is currently owned by Canadian Pacific Railway.
- John A. Weeks III. "Sabula Rail Bridge, Sabula, IA". Retrieved 19 June 2010.
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