History and significance
Bridge 1238 is a concrete through-girder bridge built in 1918 that carries South Main Street over the Cottonwood River in the city of Sanborn in Redwood County. It is significant for its association with Minnesota’s early highway system and as an example of the Minnesota Highway Commission’s innovative cellular-deck design as applied to concrete through-girder bridges.
City of Sanborn (Redwood County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.20107809, -95.12823347