Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Salisbury Bridge (Bridge 90980)

Salisbury Bridge (Bridge 90980)

Salisbury Bridge

See features of the bridge

History and significance

The Salisbury Bridge is a three-span, steel, Pratt through truss constructed in 1899 by the Hewett Bridge Company. It carries 690th Avenue over the North Fork of the Crow River approximately 3 miles west of Kingston in Meeker County. The bridge is significant as an early example of a steel truss bridge in Minnesota.


Kingston Township (Meeker County)
Latitude, Longitude: 45.20214021, -94.37913585

Bridge features

Salisbury Bridge

Design and construction of an early steel, pin-connected, single-span, Pratt through truss superstructure.