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Clark Creek Bridge


FROM THE 1996-2001 PENNSYLVANIA HISTORIC BRIDGE SURVEY: The single span, 69'-long, reinforced concrete arch bridge is under earth fill, and it is not visible from the guiderail-lined roadway. The bridge is a standard design of the state highway department.


Concrete arch bridge over Clark Creek on US 22 in Dauphin
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
Open to traffic
Built 1938
- PennDOT Bridge Division
Closed-spandrel arch
Span length: 68.9 ft.
Total length: 68.9 ft.
Approximate latitude, longitude
+40.36975, -76.96127   (decimal degrees)
40°22'11" N, 76°57'41" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
18/333488/4470643 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Harrisburg West
Inventory numbers
PA 22 0022 0150 1231 (Pennsylvania Bridge Management System number)
BH 30827 (Bridgehunter.com ID)

Update Log 

  • April 25, 2012: Updated by Jodi Christman: corrected waterway name
  • April 15, 2012: Updated by Jodi Christman: Corrected GPS



Clarks Run Bridge
Posted April 25, 2012, by Jodi Christman (masterofchaos [at] comcast [dot] net)

I removed the streetview. You are correct: this bridge was incorporated into the concrete arch structure that now carries 322 over Clarks Run.

Clarks Run Bridge
Posted April 23, 2012, by Marc Neville (man17018 [at] paonline [dot] com)

I'm a little puzzled as to which bridge is being described here: Is it the former concrete arch structure that had carried the old alignment of US-22/322 over the creek, or is it the Red Hill Road Bridge?

The concrete arch bridge for the old alignment was incorporated into the structure that now carries US-22/322, with extensions constructed in the mid-1990's.

The Red Hill Road stone-arch bridge was abandoned in place during this highway project and still exists. It may be visited by driving the frontage road along the highway.