Beaver Creek Bridge (Finley, North Dakota)

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Beaver Creek Bridge
Beaver Creek Bridge (Finley, North Dakota) is located in North Dakota
Beaver Creek Bridge (Finley, North Dakota)
Beaver Creek Bridge (Finley, North Dakota) is located in the US
Beaver Creek Bridge (Finley, North Dakota)
Nearest city Finley, North Dakota
Coordinates 47°35′16″N 97°33′28″W / 47.58778°N 97.55778°W / 47.58778; -97.55778Coordinates: 47°35′16″N 97°33′28″W / 47.58778°N 97.55778°W / 47.58778; -97.55778
Area less than one acre
Built 1913
Built by Fargo Bridge & Iron Co.
Architectural style Pratt through truss, Other
MPS Historic Roadway Bridges of North Dakota MPS
NRHP reference # 97000183[1]
Added to NRHP February 27, 1997

The Beaver Creek Bridge near Finley, North Dakota, also known as Newburgh Bridge, is a Pratt through truss bridge that was built in 1913. It is a pinned Pratt pony truss bridge and is "the oldest documented bridge in Steele County constructed by a long-term county bridge builder, the Fargo Bridge and Iron Company. Fargo built bridges in Steele County in almost every year between 1904 and 1920."[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.[1]

It is owned and maintained by Steele County.[2][3]

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