History & significance
Bridge 92247 is a single-span, filled-spandrel, reinforced-concrete arch bridge constructed in 1904 to carry Lexington Avenue over a now-abandoned street-car line in Como Park in Saint Paul, Ramsey County. The Classical Revival-style bridge is faced with random-course Kettle River sandstone. The bridge is significant as one of the earliest reinforced-concrete bridges in Minnesota, as well as the use of the patented Melan reinforcing. It is also significant as the work of noted Minnesota bridge builder William S. Hewitt.
City of Saint Paul (Ramsey County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.97860033, -93.14692667