Clinton Railroad Bridge
|Clinton Railroad Bridge|
|Carries||Double railroad track|
|Locale||Clinton, Iowa, and Illinois|
The Clinton Railroad Bridge, also called the Chicago and North Western Railroad Bridge or more simply the Clinton Bridge, carries double tracked rail lines across the Mississippi River between Clinton, Iowa, and Illinois. The bridge is a truss bridge with a swing span crossing the main river channel. It replaces other railroad bridges at this location that were built in the 19th century, one of which was declared a post route in 1870. There are still piers from predecessor bridges next to the current bridge. Through its purchase of Chicago and North Western Railway in 1995, Union Pacific Railroad is the current owner of the bridge.
- Clinton Presidential Center Bridge, a former Little Rock, Ark. railroad bridge adaptively reused as part of a presidential museum/library complex
- List of crossings of the Upper Mississippi River
- Dare, Jason, J.D. "Owner of Bridge Not Presumed Negligent for Barge Allision". The National Sea Grant Law Center. University of Mississippi. Archived from the original on September 13, 2006. Retrieved August 1, 2008.
- "The Clinton Bridge, 77 U.S. 10 Wall. 454 454". Justia.com. US Supreme Court. 1870. Retrieved November 6, 2008.
- USACE Bridge information - Details bridge type and clearances
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