H.L. Spurlock Power Plant Bridge

    H.L. Spurlock Power Plant Bridge

    The H.L. Spurlock Power Plant Bridge is a seven span, 700-foot long crossing over Lawrence Creek and KY Route 8 west of Maysville, Kentucky.


    Constructed for railroad cars to carry waste ash from the power plant to a landfill in 1977, the span was converted into a truck-only bridge in 1997. 1 The project required the removal of existing rails, ballast and walkway down to the plate girder beams, and the installation of new structural elements, concrete decking and gravel roadway.

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    Information

    • State: Kentucky
    • Route: Private
    • Type: Girder or Beam
    • Status: Active - Automobile
    • Total Length: 700 feet
    • Main Span Length: 100 feet

    Sources

    1. “EAST KENTUCKY POWER COOPERATIVE BRIDGE MODIFICATIONS.” 3D Enterprises. N.p., 2011. Web. 18 Jan.2012. Article.

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