South Canon Bridge

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South Canon Bridge
South Canon Bridge.jpg
Coordinates 39°33′41.76″N 107°24′25.2″W / 39.5616000°N 107.407000°W / 39.5616000; -107.407000Coordinates: 39°33′41.76″N 107°24′25.2″W / 39.5616000°N 107.407000°W / 39.5616000; -107.407000
Carries Foot traffic
Crosses Colorado River
Locale Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Characteristics
Design Truss bridge
History
Construction end 1915

The South Canon Bridge is a truss footbridge spanning the Colorado River near Glenwood Springs, Colorado. It was built in 1915 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co.

It is now closed to vehicular traffic, and used as a pedestrian bridge.

It listed on the National Register of Historic Places (reference number 85000212[1]).

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2006-03-15). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.