Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge 93843

Shingle Creek Bridge or Webber Park East Pedestrian Bridge (Bridge 93843)

Bridge 93843

See features of the bridge

History and significance

Bridge 93843, also known as the Shingle Creek Bridge or the Webber Park East Pedestrian Bridge, was built in 1939 and carries pedestrian traffic over Shingle Creek in Webber Park in Minneapolis. The single-span bridge is comprised of two rigid-frame, reinforced-concrete girders that extend above and below the deck to form solid parapet railings while also supporting the structure. It has a span length of approximately 25 feet.

Bridge 93843 is significant as a contributing resource to the Grand Rounds Historic District, which has been determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.


City of Minneapolis (Hennepin County)
Latitude, Longitude: 45.033333, -93.288333

Bridge features

Bridge 93843

Deck view showing the through-girder, rigid-frame design constructed of reinforced concrete.

Bridge 93843

Under-deck view, showing the lower edges of the reinforced-concrete girders and a utility pipe carried under the center of the deck.