Schmitz Park Bridge
|Schmitz Park Bridge|
|Engineering design||Clark Eldridge|
|Total length||175-foot (53 m)|
Schmitz Park Bridge
|Location||Spans Schmitz Park Ravine, Seattle, Washington|
|Architectural style||Art Deco, rigid frame bridge|
|MPS||Historic Bridges/Tunnels in Washington State TR|
|NRHP Reference #||82004247|
|Added to NRHP||July 16, 1982|
|Designated SEATL||December 28, 1981|
The Schmitz Park Bridge is a 175-foot (53 m) concrete-box bridge that spans a ravine in Seattle's Schmitz Park. Built in 1936, the structure is both listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated city landmark.
The bridge was designed by city engineer Clark Eldridge. It replaced a timber-truss span that had been erected in 1916. The funds were provided by the federal Public Works Administration and by local gas-tax and highway funds. The rigid frame created by the concrete box cells made the structure 60 percent longer than any such bridge previously constructed.
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- "Landmarks and Designation". City of Seattle. Retrieved 2013-03-05.
- National Register of Historic Places; Annual Listing of Historic Properties (Part II). National Park Service. March 1, 1983. p. 8669.
- "Individual Landmarks". City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Retrieved March 25, 2011.
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- Long, Priscilla (December 23, 2007). "Schmitz Park Bridge in West Seattle is completed in December 1936.". HistoryLink.org Online Encyclopedia of Washington State History. Retrieved March 2011.
- Whipple, Harvey (1937). Concrete 47: 340.
- "Blooming Concrete". Seattle Post-intelligencer. May 14, 2008. Retrieved March 27, 2011.
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