Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Park Bridge No. 4 (Bridge L5731)

Park Bridge No. 4 (Bridge L5731)

Park Bridge No. 4 (Bridge L5731)

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History and significance

Bridge L5731, built in 1925 by the Minneapolis Board of Park Commissioners, carries Minnehaha Parkway and a pedestrian trail over Minnehaha Creek. The single span, reinforced-concrete, deck-girder bridge has a span length of 25 feet, 6 inches.

Bridge L5731 is a contributing element to the Grand Rounds Historic District in Minneapolis.


City of Minneapolis (Hennepin County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.907389, -93.283755

Bridge features

Park Bridge No. 4

Reinforced-concrete railing.

Park Bridge No. 4

Location along the historic Minnehaha Parkway, a contributing resource to the Grand Rounds Historic District. The pedestrian trail is on the right and the parkway on the left.