Higginsville Road Bridges

Higginsville Road
NJ 08844

Higginsville Road Bridges

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"The Higginsville Road Bridges are two pin-connected, Pratt through-truss metal road bridges. The northerly bridge, which is bisected by the county line, was constructed in 1890 by the Miliken Brothers of New York. There are few documented examples of Miliken Brothers bridges, which increases its significance. The southerly bridge, entirely in Somerset County, was constructed in 1893 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio. The Wrought Iron Bridge Company was recognized as one of the most significant regional manufacturers of metal-truss bridges. The bridges are fine examples of 19th-century engineering and construction and are in a remarkable state of preservation. The bridges are maintained by Somerset County."

-From visitsomersetnj.com (http://www.visitsomersetnj.org/play/historic-sites/by-location/hillsborough)

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