Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge 62075

Bridge 62075

Bridge 62075
See features of the bridge

History & significance

Bridge 62075 is a reinforced-concrete, open-spandrel arch pedestrian bridge spanning State Highway 51 (Montreal Avenue) in Saint Paul. It was constructed by the City of Saint Paul in 1927. The bridge is significant for its outstanding architectural style and ornamentation as evidenced in the Art Deco ornamental details applied to the open-spandrel arch.

Location

City of Saint Paul (Ramsey County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.91244012, -93.15216597

Bridge features

Bridge 62075

Design and construction of a reinforced-concrete,
open-spandrel, rib-arch bridge.

Bridge 62075
Ornamental features including the decorative metal railing, concrete posts in the Art Deco style, and ornamental light standards with globe lanterns.