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Salado Creek US 167 Bridge

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Historic photos provided by the Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department

Map 

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Overview
Lost two-span stone arch bridge over Salado Creek on US 167
Location
Independence County, Arkansas
Status
No longer exists
Design
Stone arch
Approximate latitude, longitude
+35.61245, -91.60652   (decimal degrees)
35°36'45" N, 91°36'23" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
15/626206/3941858 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Huff
Inventory number
BH 10382 (Bridgehunter.com ID)

Categories 

Arch (9,970)
Arkansas (1,462)
Deck arch (9,260)
Have street view (15,885)
Independence County, Arkansas (23)
Owned by state (10,943)
Stone arch (2,156)
US 167 (9)

Update Log 

  • July 5, 2011: New photo from Kenneth Rorie
  • July 11, 2010: New Street View added by Cliff Darby
  • February 19, 2005: Posted new photos

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Comments 

Salado Creek US 167 Bridge
Posted June 26, 2013, by Kenneth Rorie (krorie [at] cox [dot] net)

The bridge was constructed in 1870 and collapsed in January 1958.

Salado Creek US 167 Bridge
Posted July 11, 2010, by Thomas Williams (twil [dot] 1 [at] netzero [dot] comWh)

When was this stone arch bridge built? And who Built it? It is a very interting design ! It looks European. I have searched the Arkanas State Hiway Department archives and the earliest I can go back is a steel and concrete through truss bridge built in 1928 to 1929. I was born in Batesville in 1953 and as long as I remenber I have seen the remaining center column of the bridge. I assume that the 1929 bridge was the replacement for the stone bridge.I have living in Las Vegas NV now for 30 years but this mystery still haunts me ! If anyone out there knows the awnser to my questions please send an e mail at twil.1

Salado Creek US 167 Bridge
Posted August 6, 2007, by Kip (cityman05 [at] hotmail [dot] com)

I have always wondered about this bridge. I see the remains of it every time I stop at the rest area going to Batesville.

Most of the time there are kids playing or swimming around it in the water.

I'll take some pics of what is still standing the next time I'm through there and post them.