Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge L5732

Bridge L5732

Bridge L5732

See features of the bridge

History and significance

Bridge L5732, built in 1925 by the Minneapolis Board of Park Commissioners, carries a pedestrian trail parallel to Minnehaha Parkway over Minnehaha Creek in the Minnehaha segment of the Grand Rounds in Minneapolis. Historically, the bridge carried Minnehaha Parkway, but the parkway was rerouted in 1976, leaving the bridge for pedestrian use. The single-span, reinforced-concrete, deck-girder bridge has a 57-degree skew and a span of 43 feet, 10 inches. The railings are reinforced-concrete parapets.

Bridge L5732 is a contributing resource to the Grand Rounds Historic District.


City of Minneapolis (Hennepin County)
Latitude, Longitude: 44.907126, -93.283064

Bridge features

Bridge L5732

Outside view of the concrete parapet railing showing the recessed panels, an aesthetic feature.

Bridge L5732

Bridge location along the original alignment of the Minnehaha Parkway, a contributing resource to the National Register-eligible Grand Rounds. The bridge now carries only a pedestrian trail.