National and State Register

Eagle River Bridge

Eagle County

The 1933 steel rigid connected Parker through truss structure was constructed over the Eagle River by Denver bridge builders A.S. Horner and C.A. Switzer.

A black and white photo of the bridge

Eagle River Bridge

Designed by the Colorado Highway Department and fabricated by Midwest Steel & Iron Works, the 276-foot long bridge with a 150-foot main span remains intact as one of the few surviving examples of a once important long span truss type.  Listed under Highway Bridges in Colorado Multiple Property Submission.