ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek

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ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek
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ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek is located in Wyoming
ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek
ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek is located in the US
ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek
Nearest city Sheridan, Wyoming
Coordinates 44°44′35″N 107°7′45″W / 44.74306°N 107.12917°W / 44.74306; -107.12917Coordinates: 44°44′35″N 107°7′45″W / 44.74306°N 107.12917°W / 44.74306; -107.12917
Area less than one acre
Built 1913–1914
Architect Canton Bridge Co.
Architectural style Pratt pony truss
MPS Vehicular Truss and Arch Bridges in Wyoming TR
NRHP reference # 85000435[1]
Added to NRHP February 22, 1985

The ECS Bridge over Big Goose Creek is a bridge near Sheridan, Wyoming that was built in 1914. It is a Pratt pony truss bridge which was built by the Canton Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio. The Canton Bridge Company built four steel bridges in Wyoming in 1914; the ECS Bridge is the only one of these surviving in its original location.[2] It is 50 feet long and 15 feet wide.[2]:7

It is one of 171 Wyoming bridges surveyed in a study that led to the nomination of 31 of them for NRHP listing.[2] The ECS bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1985.[1]

Two other Canton Bridge Company bridges in Wyoming are also listed on the NRHP:

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