Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge 92324

Bridge 92324

Bridge 92324
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History & significance

Bridge 92324 is a single-span, concrete deck girder bridge constructed in 1931. It carries Upton Avenue over Minnehaha Creek in Minneapolis. The deck girders, slab, abutments, and wingwalls are comprised of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The faces of the wingwalls and exterior girders are covered with a stone veneer. Bridge 92324 is significant for its notable aesthetics with its well-articulated masonry veneer.

Location

City of Minneapolis (Hennepin County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.90543469, -93.31459890

Bridge features

Bridge 92324

Design and construction of a concrete, deck girder span with arched concrete curtain walls and stone veneer.

Bridge 92324

Overall ornamental design aesthetic. The bridge features an overall Classical Revival aesthetic as seen in the ornamental, arched, concrete curtain walls with limestone veneer, pilasters, and stringcourse.