History & significance
Bridge 5584, built in 1936, carries a single track of the Canadian Pacific (CP) Railroad (formerly the Soo Line Railroad) over St. Anthony Parkway in north Minneapolis as the east approach for the multi-span, deck-truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River. The two-span, steel-plate, through-girder structure is 81 feet long, skewed 40 degrees, and has a short concrete-slab approach span.
Bride 5584 crosses over St. Anthony Parkway and is a contributing resource to the parkway segment of the Grand Rounds Historic District. CP Rail owns the bridge.
City of Minneapolis (Hennepin County)
Latitude, Longitude: 45.029399, -93.27977