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Tinkers Creek Bridge

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

Structure #1

Bridge Type:Wooden Trestle
Years Existed:?-1864
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Structure #2

Bridge Type:Masonry Arch
Years Existed:1864-1901
Background Information: Tinker's Creek Bridge was a 225-foot long, 20-foot wide masonry arch bridge. This bridge was owned by the Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad. The bridge carried the single track railroad 120 feet above the creek. There were four masonry arches that were about 50 feet wide. In 1902, a massive fill was undertook so that two tracks across the creek could be accommodated Cleveland: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites and a sign located at the site.
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Structure #3

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Years Existed:1902?-Present?
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