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Historic Bridges

Stone Arch Bridge (Bridge R0437)

Stone Arch Bridge (Bridge R0437)

Stone Arch Bridge
See features of the bridge

History & significance

The Stone Arch Bridge is a single-span, stone masonry arch structure that carries pedestrian traffic on Old Mill Pond Road over the Chippewa River in the Terrace Mill Historic District in Pope County. It was constructed in 1903 by Jonas M. Danelz, a local resident who re-established milling operations in the community of Terrace that same year. The bridge is significant as a contributing structure to the Terrace Mill Historic District. The Terrace Mill Historic District is significant as a unified cluster of flour mill buildings and structures typical of the modest rural milling operations found throughout Minnesota in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.


Chippewa Falls Township (Pope County)
Latitude, Longitude: 45.51140915, -95.32105054

Bridge features

Stone Arch Bridge

Masonry arch bridge with stone veneer on headwalls that aesthetically conveys the structure’s association with other properties within the historic district and of the same period.

Stone Arch Bridge
Setting within the Terrace Mill Historic District.