Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Zumbro Parkway Bridge (Bridge 3219)

Zumbro Parkway Bridge (Bridge 3219)

Zumbro Parkway Bridge
See features of the bridge

History & significance

The Zumbro Parkway Bridge is an unaltered, stone-faced, double-arch, multi-plate bridge built by the Works Progress Administration in 1937. It carries County Road 68 over a tributary of the Zumbro River immediately south of Zumbro Falls in a rural area of Wabasha County. The corrugated-metal arch is comprised of bolted segments, anchored in place by concrete abutment and pier walls. The interior of the arch features a stamp reading “Multi Plate.” The Zumbro Parkway Bridge is significant as a good example of a multi-plate arch bridge.

Location

Hyde Park Township (Wabasha County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.27970874, -92.42392269

Bridge features

Zumbro Parkway Bridge

Design and construction of a multi-plate arch.

Zumbro Parkway Bridge
Overall design aesthetic of the rustic style masonry veneer typical of Works Progress Administration construction.