Deck arch bridge
|Function / usage:||
Reinforced concrete bridge
Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, USA
Spanning Roaring Brook and Central Scranton Expressway (State Route 3022) at Harrison Avenue (State Route 6011)
|Coordinates:||41° 23' 59.70" N 75° 39' 5.01" W|
|total length||124.0 m|
|span lengths||22.9 m - 61.5 m - 22.9 m|
|arch span||61.5 m|
|8 September 1922||
Central Scranton Expressway constructed beneath.
Original railings removed.
Listed on U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Built to accommodate streetcar track (never installed). Originally spanned two railways: Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad and Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Railroad. Excursion trains from Steamtown National Historic Site run on the former, while the Central Scranton Expressway was built upon the roadbed of the latter.
Relevant Web Sites
- Correlated Considerations in Design and Construction of Concrete Bridges. In: American Concrete Institute Proceedings, v. 22, pp. 560-610. :
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