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Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge - United States
Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge - United States
Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge
📍 United States
The Historic Gillespie Dam Bridge over the Gila River in Buckeye, United States, is an important local landmark. It’s named for the former dam, built for the people of the area by the Arizona pioneer, Ed Gillespie. The bridge dates back to 1927, and was built to replace the Gillespie Dam, which had been destroyed by an unusually powerful flood. The bridge is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s a unique example of steel-and-concrete truss bridge technology from the 1920s, and remains in excellent condition thanks to careful maintenance. It’s an iconic part of the Buckeye landscape for travelers and photographers alike. With its distinctive design, the bridge is a worthwhile stop for anyone looking to explore Arizona’s beautiful, natural wonders.
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