Bridges of the Red River: Georgetown

I’ve always referred to this bridge as the Georgetown bridge due to its proximity to Georgetown, Minnesota, but I believe its official name is the Red River of the North Bridge, and it spans the Red in Cass and Clay Counties, joining Cass County 34 and Clay County 36.

Red River of the North Bridge was built in 1949 and rehabbed in 1993At a total length of 553 feet, this is definitely one of the more impressive truss bridges in the southern valley.

Some kind of alien carcass?

See part one – Bridges of the Red River: Center/NP Avenue

Troy Larson is the President of Sonic Tremor Media LLC and Founder of GhostsofNorthDakota.com

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