This is a single suspension bridge from my historical inventory of suspension bridges.
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|1914 98th Meridian|
|Byers vicinity, Texas, USA (Red River)|
|Principals:||Mitchell & Pigg|
|Main cables:||Wire (steel)|
|Main spans:||3 x 567f|
- Rebuilt by Austin Bridge Company, 1923.
- See (suspension bridge) - Texas, USA. The 98th Meridian bridge may match this unknown "Red River" bridge photo. AUB describes the Byers bridge, "This bridge, three spans of 567' each, one side span of 107', and a 16' roadway, had originally been built in 1914."
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