Monday, December 17, 2018

Soo Line (Arcola) High 1911 Bridge over St. Croix north of Stillwater, MN

(Bridge Hunter; Historic Bridges; John A. Weeks; Satellite, 44 photos)

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."

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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 Palmer posted two photos with the comment: "Last Sunday April 19th, the Canadian National’s daily eastbound crossing the old Wisconsin Central or Arcola Highbridge, 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.

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