|Carries||Pedestrian and bicycle; formerly a single vehicle roadway Newcomb Township road 85|
|Maintained by||Newcomb Township|
|Design||16 spans, main span is a Pratt through truss span|
|Width||13 feet 7 inches|
|Longest span||120 feet (channel span)|
|Clearance above||14 feet|
The Hazen Bridge, also known as the Newcomb Bridge, is a steel bridge spanning the Sangamon River north of Mahomet in Champaign County, Illinois, in the United States. It was constructed at a location known as White's ford, a popular crossing location of that era because of its proximity to Mahomet and Shiloh Church. The bridge was built in 1893 by Seevers Manufacturing Company of Oskaloosa, Iowa for the bid of $4,985. The name is derived from the Hazen family which owned property adjacent to the crossing. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994 as structure #94000433.
- Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. IL-107, "Hazen Bridge"
- Illinois Historic Preservation Agency listing – Property number 201097
- National Register nomination
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