East channel spans of Selinsgrove Bridge, looking north.
|Locale||Selinsgrove Junction and Selinsgrove|
|Official name||Selinsgrove Bridge|
|Other name(s)||Selinsgrove Railroad Bridge|
|Maintained by||Norfolk Southern Railway|
|No. of spans||16|
|Designer||William H. Brown|
|Constructed by||Pencoyd Bridge & Construction; Cofrode & Saylor|
The Selinsgrove Bridge is a railroad bridge that carries Norfolk Southern lines across the Susquehanna River between Lower Augusta Township, Pennsylvania and Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. The bridge once carried Pennsylvania Railroad and later Penn Central Railroad lines across the river. The bridge crosses over Cherry and Fishers Islands. Many of its wrought iron Pratt through truss spans date to 1888, with significant alterations in 1901, 1925 and 1930.
- List of bridges documented by the Historic American Engineering Record in Pennsylvania
- List of crossings of the Susquehanna River
- Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
- Spivey, Justin M. (April 2000). "Pennsylvania Railroad, Selinsgrove Bridge" (PDF). Historic American Engineering Record. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. p. 1. Retrieved January 29, 2014.
- Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. PA-554, "Pennsylvania Railroad, Selinsgrove Bridge"
- Photos on Flickr
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