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The 16 Bridges of Polk County

Category News, Projects | Posted on February 2, 2018

The 16 Bridges of Polk County

The northern 17-mile half of the Frisco Highline Trail travels through Polk County, and includes sixteen bridges along its route. These very same bridges used to carry trains, but today bicyclists, runners, and walkers cross over these historic structures instead. Each bridge is unique and we're sure you'll enjoy discovering each one as you explore the beautiful northern section of the trail!

Mile 18.25 - Hobo Haven Bridge --- 68 feet long 
Mile 19.25 - Eudora Bridge --- 55 feet long
Mile 21.25 - Venable Spring Bridge --- 84 feet long
Mile 21.75 - Revis Bridge --- 40 feet long (This one's pink!)
Mile 22.5 - Little Sac River Bridge --- 270 feet long (built in 1884)
Mile 23.75 - Quarry Rock Bridge --- 15 feet long
Mile 24 - Dutton Bridge --- 41 feet long
Mile 24.75 - Wishart Bridge --- 193 feet long
Mile 25.5 - Highline Bridge --- 317 feet long (The longest!)
Mile 26 - Truman Bridge --- 260 feet long
Mile 26.5 - Siggle Creek Bridge --- 209 feet long
Mile 26.75 - Morrisville Bridge --- 97 feet long
Mile 28.25 - Frisco Bridge --- 83 feet long
Mile 29.25 - Whistle Stop Bridge --- 235 feet long
Mile 29.75 - Hickory Point Bridge --- 42 feet long
Mile 35.5 - Bolivar's Broadway St. Bridge --- 38 feet long


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