Amtrak - Blackstone River Bridge
Erected in 1897, the five-span, 376-foot Blackstone River Railroad Bridge carries both main line tracks of the Amtrak Northeast Corridor over the Blackstone River and Branch Street. This riveted steel-plate girder deck bridge is a significant engineering structure as it is a large and relatively early example of this type of bridge and is also the longest railroad bridge of this type in Rhode Island.
-- Historic American Engineering Record
- December 22, 2014: New Street View added by Ian Martin
- Ian Martin
- HAER RI-52 - Blackstone River Railroad Bridge, New Haven Railroad over Blackstone River & Branch Street, Pawtucket, Providence County, RI