The "wwMiss" label is approximate. This bridge is actually over the St. Croix River.
|John boots posted|
The Soo High Bridge north of Stillwater Mn. Awesome structure and best picture I’ve seen.
|Jordan Palmer commented on John's post|
One of my favorite bridges, I was finally able to capture shots of a train crossing it in September of last year.
|Alan Ardanowski commented on John's post|
Alan Ardanowski I think this is one of the hinges referenced in the above [Historic Bridges link]:Bart Culbertson Alan Ardanowski yes it is, also another term would be a pin connection.
|Tim Weinberg, Oct 2017|
|John A. Weeks|
"The photo is a public domain image that dates back to the first decade of the 1900s."
|eBook, p 609|
|eBook, p 610|
|Leo Walding posted|
This is the Arcola High Bridge between Arcola MN and Somerset, WI used by CN (x-Soo). spanning the St. Croix River. The St Croix river was a major logging river back in the late 1800's.
Jordan Palmer Hey that's one of my photos of the old Soo Line/Arcola Bridge haha! Where'd you find it?
Jordan Palmer posted three photos with the comment: "Not able to catch the train today, but snapped a couple dusk shots at the Arcola Highbridge, aka Soo Line or Wisconsin Central Higbridge, over the St Croix River north of Stillwater, Minnesota."
|Jordan commented on his post|
Stone footings from the original crossing about 1/2 mile south of the Highbridge. The original bridge was removed in early 1916.