Overview Looking Northeast
It looks like this bridge originally had four spans, perhaps even five, but there are only two spans extant. Watch that last stepů
Photo taken by J.R. Manning in July 2012
BH Photo #234717
The Cass Street bridge is intact contrary to information on this Website. An article from November 1922 states the bridge consists of two 90 foot spans and a 30 foot approach, or a total length of 210 feet. Both spans exist.
A. Olsen Construction Co of Waterloo, Iowa won the bid for $29,640.
Contracts for filling both ends were also let with local hog farmer M J Conboy filling the east and E. Bergemery of Elkader filling the west.
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