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NP - Skagit River Bridge



Photo taken by Neil Martel in November 2011



Street Views 


Abandoned warren through truss bridge over Skagit River on Former Northern Pacific Railroad
Skagit County, Washington
- Northern Pacific Railroad (NP)
Warren through truss
Approximate latitude, longitude
+48.48443, -122.24239   (decimal degrees)
48°29'04" N, 122°14'33" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
10/555982/5370421 (zone/easting/northing)
Quadrangle map:
Sedro-Woolley South
Inventory number
BH 45920 (Bridgehunter.com ID)


Abandoned (2,295)
Have street view (17,301)
Movable (2,376)
Navigable waterway (1,786)
Northern Pacific Railroad (178)
Pratt through truss (3,878)
Pratt truss (6,704)
Railroad (10,520)
Skagit County, Washington (26)
Skagit River (10)
Swing (1,026)
Through truss (11,319)
Truss (26,504)
Warren through truss (1,277)
Warren truss (4,869)
Washington (1,032)

Update Log 

  • August 3, 2014: New Street View added by Ralph Demars
  • April 21, 2012: Updated by Luke Harden: Added category "Northern Pacific Railroad"
  • April 8, 2012: New photo from Neil Martel
  • August 17, 2010: New Street View added by Cliff Darby


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Skagit River Bridge
Posted July 10, 2013, by Douglas Butler (drawbridges [at] lycos [dot] com)

The last shows a Skagit River Railroad Bridge drawing.

Webmaster's note: The photo that was here has been incorporated into the main site.

Skagit River Bridge
Posted April 21, 2012, by Dave Henley (None, sorry)

Hi, guys! I'm a born and raised Skagitonian (55 years). This is NOT a former GN bridge. This is a former NP bridge (between Sedro-Woolley and Clear Lake), built on the original Seattle, Lakeshore & Eastern back in the day. The GN crossed the Skagit between Mount Vernon and Burlington (as BNSF still does east of I-5 & Riverside Drive). Dave (360) 676-1694

Skagit River Bridge
Posted March 17, 2012, by N. S. Martel (eljir16 [at] frontier [dot] com)

I believe that was part of a branch line for the former Northern Pacific Railroad. Here are some images. The southernmost span is a fixed swing span. Build date unknown.