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JacksonCarries County Road 100 SouthMcHargue Ditch197East of theintersection of County Road 500 West and County Road 100 South in Brownstown Township
Statistics:OwnerLengthWidthYear BuiltType
Jackson Co.Single span, 65 feet long17.8'1920Reinforced Concrete Girder
Builder:Henry HarmonStatus:Pending
Comments:Jackson County Bridge No. 197 is a bolted Warren pony truss metal bridge erected in 1920. Bolted bridges of this type represent a short, intermediate development stage towards all‐riveted designs. This bridge is of a standard design for its type and stage, retaining original materials including latticed guardrails. The bridge is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, but is rated "Non‐Select" per the Programmatic Agreement regarding Management and Preservation of Indiana's Historic Bridges (Historic Bridge PA). The status of the bridge is currently
"pending," meaning its future is undetermined as the Section 106 historic review process is on‐going. Depending on the outcome of Section 106 consultation, interested parties may be able to acquire the bridge. The County is now accepting proposals for the rehabilitation and reuse, or the storage and future reuse of the bridge. Proposals will also be accepted for the salvage of elements that may be stored for future repair of similar historic bridges. 1997 Rehabilitation
Jerry South County Road 25 East812-358-2141

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