Polecat Creek Bridge

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Polecat Creek Bridge
Polecat Creek Stone Bridge.jpg
Polecat Creek Stone Arch Bridge, Butler County, Kansas, one and one half miles east of SW Butler Rd on 230th St..
Polecat Creek Bridge is located in Kansas
Polecat Creek Bridge
Polecat Creek Bridge is located in the US
Polecat Creek Bridge
Nearest city Douglass, Kansas
Coordinates 37°29′23″N 97°6′33″W / 37.48972°N 97.10917°W / 37.48972; -97.10917Coordinates: 37°29′23″N 97°6′33″W / 37.48972°N 97.10917°W / 37.48972; -97.10917
Area less than one acre
Built 1901 (1901)
Architectural style Stone Arch
MPS Masonry Arch Bridges of Kansas TR
NRHP Reference # 85001438[1]
Added to NRHP July 2, 1985

Polecat Creek Bridge is an arch bridge built of Kansas limestone crossing Polecat Creek, a clear water creek. It is located in the southwest corner of Butler County, Kansas two miles from Sedgwick County, Kansas on SW Butler Road. It was built at the turn of the 20th century and is included on the National Register of Historic Places in Butler County, Kansas.[2]

Directions: From Wichita, Kansas head east on Highway 54/400 (Kellogg Avenue). One mile east of the Butler County line, turn south on Andover Rd. towards Rose Hill, Kansas. After 5 miles, Andover Rd. becomes SW Butler Rd.. Continue on SW Butler Rd. through Rose Hill to 230th St.. Polecat Creek Bridge is one and one half miles east on the gravel road.[3]

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