Enfield–Suffield Veterans Bridge

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Enfield-Suffield Veterans Bridge
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Coordinates41°59′23″N 72°36′13″W / 41.98972°N 72.60361°W / 41.98972; -72.60361Coordinates: 41°59′23″N 72°36′13″W / 41.98972°N 72.60361°W / 41.98972; -72.60361
Carries Route 190, Windsor Locks Canal Trail
CrossesConnecticut River
LocaleEnfield, Connecticut and Suffield, Connecticut
Maintained byConnDOT
Characteristics
DesignSteel plate girder bridge
History
Construction end1966[1]
Opened1966
Location

The Enfield–Suffield Veterans Bridge, commonly known in either town as the Enfield Bridge or Suffield Bridge, is the main traffic crossing that connects the towns of Enfield and Suffield, Connecticut over the Connecticut River. It carries Route 190 as well as the Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail across the river.[2]

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External links and references[edit]

  1. ^ Enfield-Suffield Veterans Bridge at Structurae
  2. ^ Protection, Department of Environmental. "DEEP: Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail". www.ct.gov. Retrieved 2016-09-28.