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Station Road Bridge Number 113

The timeline of structures at this location reflects our best information to date and is NOT guaranteed to be complete.

Structure #1

Bridge Type:Steel Truss
Years Existed:1881-Present
Background Information: The Station Road Bridge is the oldest metal truss bridge still around in the Cuyahoga River Valley. It was built in 1881. This bridge was disassembled in 1992 for restoration. Now it is a bridge that links the Cleveland Metroparks to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Source: A sign located on the bridge itself
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