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Historic Grundy County Bridge 3970008, a.k.a. Charlie Dye Bridge

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Bridge Location  
County: Grundy
Road: NW 3rd Street
Feature Crossed: Thompson River
Other Location Information: West of Trenton, MO
Structure Number or County Bridge Number: Bridge No. 3970008 a.k.a. Charlie Dye Bridge
Bridge Information
Owner: Grundy County
Type: 4 span (30'-120'-120'-30') Baltimore Truss
Length: 300 feet
Width: 18.4'
Year Built: 1921-1922
Builder: St. Joseph Structural Steel Company
Current Load Rating: Closed because of critical inspection finding
History of Modifications, Rehabilitations, etc.: N/A
Other Comments:
For further information, interested parties
may contact:
Name: Shannon Howe or Beth Moots
Organization Benton and Associates, Inc.
Address: 2414 South Franklin Street, Kirksville, MO 63501
E-Mail: showe@bentonassociates.com or bmoots@bentonassociates.com
Phone: 660-665-3575

Narrative Description:

Built in 1921, it consists of four spans (30'-120'-120'-30'). The end spans are simple span rolled steel girder spans with concrete deck. The intermediate spans are 5 panel Baltimore Truss with concrete decks. It is supported by concrete abutments and concrete piers and has a concrete deck. The bridge is 18.4 feet wide. Grundy County is now accepting proposals for the relocation and reuse of the bridge or its components until May 31, 2014. Please call the above contact at Benton and Associates prior to preparing any proposals. Preservation covenants may accompany the bridge.



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