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|1865 Market Street|
|Williamsport, Pennsylvania, USA (Susquehanna River)|
|Principals:||Alfred P. Boller|
|Status:||Destroyed, June 1, 1889|
|Main cables:||Wire (iron)|
|Main spans:||5 x 200f|
- JFI186604 (in which Boller mentions about the bridge's "peculiar system of trussing": "This general arrangement for suspension bridges was first practised by John Murphy, Esq., C.E., over the Gauley, in West Virginia, and also at Franklin, Pennsylvania.")
- Destroyed by flood June 1, 1889.
- Near 1878 Maynard Street - Williamsport, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Replaced by 1889 Market Street - Williamsport, Pennsylvania, USA.
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