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Forest Hill Park Bridge

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

Structure #1

Bridges Type:reinforced concrete
Years Existed:1939-Present
Background Information: Located in East Cleveland, the Forest Hills Park Bridge was designed by Wilbur Watson and Associates in 1939. This bridge crosses Forest Hills Boulevard and a ravine. This bridge is very close to the former residence of John D. Rockefeller, Forest Hills. This bridge is a single arch spanning 140 feet, 48 feet above the roadway. The total length is 347 feet and there are 16 feet, 3 inches in between railings. A.D. Taylor and F.R. Walker, both architects, were consultants. Bridges of Metropolitan Cleveland