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Glenwood Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Bridge

General Information

Other name(s): Bridge Number 73
Completion: 1884
Status: in use

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Location: , , ,
Coordinates: 40° 23' 55" N    79° 55' 53" W
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Technical Information


main span 138.1 m
total length 730.6 m


truss steel

Excerpt from Wikipedia

The Glenwood B&O Railroad Bridge is a truss bridge in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which carries Allegheny Valley Railroad's W&P Subdivision over the Monongahela River.

The span was constructed in 1884 and upgraded in 1915. It served the busy Wheeling division of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, which in 1928, operated an average of 19 freight and 12 passenger trains across the structure each day. After B&O was absorbed into CSX Transportation, this company ran local freight trains across the bridge; the short line Allegheny Valley Railroad has a long term lease to manage this structure, which serves a route between its headquarters in an adjacent rail yard and Washington, Pennsylvania.

Text imported from Wikipedia article "Glenwood B%26O Railroad Bridge" and modified on 23 July 2019 under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.


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