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Minnesota's Historic Bridges
Bridge No. L-6007


Bridge No. L-6007

Historic Name:
Mn/DOT Bridge Number: Bridge No. L-6007
Bridge Type: Masonry arch

County: Saint Louis
City/Township: Duluth
Crossing: Skyline Parkway over Stewart Creek



Bridge No. L-6007

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Year Built: ca. 1925
Span Length: 30 feet
Length of Arch Barrel: 29 feet

Adapted from the National Register of Historic Places nomination from prepared by Jeffrey A. Hess. Bridge No. L-6007 was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.


Summary of Historic Significance
Bridge No. L-6007 is an unaltered, single-span, stone-arch highway bridge that carries an unpaved section of Skyline Parkway over Stewart Creek. Bridge No. L-6007 is historically significant as the most picturesque setting and design of any stone-arch highway bridge in the state. The bridge was designed as part of a scenic boulevard, now known as Skyline Parkway, which runs for almost 30 miles along the crest of a high ridge overlooking Duluth and Lake Superior.

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