Lost Bridge

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Lost Bridge
Carries North Dakota Highway 22
Crosses Little Missouri River
Locale Killdeer, North Dakota
History
Opened 1930
Closed 1994

The Lost Bridge was a bridge that was built over the Little Missouri River in 1930, 22 miles (35 km) north of Killdeer, North Dakota on North Dakota Highway 22. A road to the bridge was finally built 20 years later, hence the name. The Lost Bridge was dismantled in 1994. A plaque and a piece of the old bridge have been installed on Route 22 near the new bridge as a memorial.

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Coordinates: 47°35′47″N 102°45′40″W / 47.59639°N 102.76111°W / 47.59639; -102.76111