STATE BRIDGE - 1908 - Parker, CO
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member IJAdventures
N 39° 30.947 W 104° 45.763
13S E 520397 N 4374042
Quick Description: An historical bridge plaque located near its original location at Sulphur Gulch and Pikes Peak Dr.
Location: Colorado, United States
Date Posted: 2/21/2013 1:42:25 PM
Waymark Code: WMGE9N
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Jake39
Views: 3

Long Description:
- 1908 -
Constructed Under an Act
of the 16th General Assembly
Alfred Stewart Representative
Board of Construction
T. W. Jaycox - State Engineer
Andrew Nickson Ch. Bd. Co Comnrs
Contractor - Chas. C. Sheely

This concrete pillar with the original 1908 dedication plaque (transcribed above) was uncovered by a local resident near Sulphur Gulch. According to the interpretive text at the site, the original bridge "was built in 1908... [and] was a major arterial from Denver to Franktown... The shallow arched bridge was made of a 'new' material at a time when the turn of the century saw an explosion of concrete bridge construction, attributable in large part to one American designer - Daniel B. Luten."

The plaque is located on a pillar near the new bridge along the Sulphur Gulch Trail.

Source: Parker Area Historical Society

Date built or dedicated as indicated on the date stone or plaque.: 1908

Date stone, plaque location.: Concrete pillar

Road, body of water, land feature, etc. that the bridge spans.: Sulphur Gulch

Website (if available): Not listed

Parking (safe parking location): Not Listed

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