1 suspension bridge was found for search criteria: HOF .
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|1852 (suspension bridge)|
|Frankfort, Kentucky, USA (Kentucky River)|
|Principals:||Mathew Dickinson Field|
|Main cables:||Wire (iron)|
|Main spans:||~200f, ~300f|
- HOF describes the location as "between the foot of Broadway and the neck of land near the mouth of Benson Creek."
- According to ENG18570605, the bridge was significantly reconstructed (because of excessive vibrations) by Julius W. Adams to have three spans of 120, 163, and 163 feet.
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