Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge L2257

Bridge L2257

Bridge L2257
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History & significance

Bridge L2257 is a reinforced-concrete arch bridge carrying Rock River Drive over an unnamed dry stream. The bridge was designed in 1910 by Perely N. Gillham. Bridge L2257 is located on the outskirts of Luverne, Rock County, Minnesota. It is significant as an excellent unaltered example of a regional variety of reinforced-concrete arch bridge built by, or attributed to, Perley N. Gillham, an important Minnesota bridge builder.

Location

City of Luverne (Rock County)
Latitude, Longitude: 43.64544398, -96.19336390

Bridge features

Bridge L2257

Design and construction of reinforced-concrete arch span
with aesthetic treatment typical of bridges associated with
builder Perley N. Gillham, such as the distinctive slab railing.