West Fork Greenbrier River Bridge (CR 250/13)

The West Fork Greenbrier River Bridge carries County Route 250/13 over the East Fork Greenbrier River in Durbin, West Virginia.

The Pennsylvania through truss was constructed in 1907 by the York Bridge Company. 1 It was later supported by a three-span continuous steel deck girder, supported by four steel bentws.

It was closed on November 2, 2015 over structural concerns. 1 The bridge is scheduled to be demolished and not replaced based on the short existing detour and very low traffic volume.

  • Total Length: 167 feet
  • Main Span Length: 64 feet
  • Vertical Clearance: 9.6 feet
  • Deck Width: 13.2 feet

Cummings, Traci. “Categorical Exclusion Evaluation.” West Virginia Department of Highways, 2017.

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