Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Historic Bridges

Bridge L7075

Hartford Stone Bridge (Bridge L7075)

Bridge L7075

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History and significance

The Hartford Stone Bridge (Bridge L7075) is a c.1940 three-span, steel, multi-plate arch structure that features stone masonry headwalls, railings, and wingwalls. It is located in rural Todd County and carries a Township Road 411 over Turtle Creek. Bridge L7075 conveys significance through its multi-plate arch design, use of natural materials, arch rings with keystones, and overall aesthetic that reflects the highway beautification and local craftsmanship promoted by New Deal policies.


Hartford Township (Todd County)
Latitude, Longitude: 46.04909652, -94.81284664

Bridge features

Bridge L7075

Design and construction of a multi-plate arch bridge.

Bridge L7075

Overall aesthetic treatment including stone-faced wing walls, headwalls, arch rings with keystones, parapets, coursing, and pilasters.