Fred Robinson Bridge

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Fred Robinson Bridge
Fred Robinson Bridge is located in Montana
Fred Robinson Bridge
Fred Robinson Bridge is located in the United States
Fred Robinson Bridge
LocationMilepost 88, US 191, 51 miles (82 km) north of Lewistown, Montana
Coordinates47°37′51″N 108°41′6″W / 47.63083°N 108.68500°W / 47.63083; -108.68500Coordinates: 47°37′51″N 108°41′6″W / 47.63083°N 108.68500°W / 47.63083; -108.68500
NRHP reference #12000171[1]
Added to NRHPMarch 26, 2012

The Fred Robinson Bridge in Montana is a four-span steel-girder bridge over the Missouri River between Fergus County and Phillips County that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. It is the "best documented" bridge in Montana and is "magnificent", according to its NRHP nomination. Construction of the bridge was controversial; it is named for Montana state senator Fred Robinson, "one of the bridge’s most aggressive and active proponents".[2]

It was included in the "Montana's Steel Stringer and Steel Girder Bridges" Multiple Property Submission.


  1. ^ "New listings on the NRHP".
  2. ^ Jon Axline (November 10, 2010). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Fred Robinson Bridge" (PDF). Montana.

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