University of Massachusetts Amherst
Adaptive Use Bridge Project

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Call Road Bridge
Original Location: Shattuckville, MA
Current Location: UMass Amherst
Current Condition: In storage
Year: 1895
Manufacturer: Groton Bridge & Mnf Co
Span: 93 feet
Material: Wrought iron
Classification: Pratt through truss
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This bridge was originally constructed to span the North River in Shattuckville, Massachusetts. Pratt through truss bridges such as the Call Road Bridge were very commonly used on highways during this era.


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