EBT heraldThree Springs Bridge

Photo of Three Springs Bridge
Mile Mark: 16.90
Elevation: 705'
Date Built: 1907

This is the location of the original 1874 bridge #10. It was 100' and most likely wood. The bridge was not damaged by the 1889 flood. The bridge was renumbered to #9 by 1917.

The current through plate girder bridge was built in 1907. It is similar in design to Prices and Robertsdale bridges. It is 80' long and spans Three Springs Creek. It replaced the original 1874 bridge.

The bridge is intact and is visible from the highway bridge just south of Three Springs. The property to the north is posted, and approach from the south is impossible during the summer. A decent shot can be had from the highway.

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