University of Massachusetts Amherst
Adaptive Use Bridge Project

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Galvin Road Bridge
Original Location: North Adams, MA
Current Location: UMass Amherst
Current Condition: In storage
Year: 1884
Span: 103 feet
Material: Wrought iron
Classification: Lenticular through truss
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The Galvin Road Bridge was originally constructed across the Hoosic River in North Adams, Massachusetts. This bridge has a span of 103 feet and is the longest bridge in the university's collection. This bridge is also the most complex and therefore will require the most ammount of time when reconstructing.


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