Augwick Bridge

Augwick Bridge

The Aughwick Bridge is a historic closed-spandrel arch bridge that carried the East Broad Top Railroad over Aughwick Creek in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. The 603-foot crossing was built in 1914/1917 and replaced a circa 1889 iron structure.

Augwick Bridge

The last revenue freight operation was operated over the bridge on April 6, 1956, and all traffic ceased on April 14. 1 2


Information

  • State: Pennsylvania
  • Route:
  • Type: Closed Spandrel Arch
  • Status:
  • Total Length: 203 feet

Sources

  1. Coleman, Christopher D. “East Broad Top Railroad Timeline.” East Broad Top Homepage, 21 Nov. 2008.
  2. Slim, William. “The East Broad Top Railroad.” OKthePK.

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