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Ct. 140 Bridge

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Route 140 Bridge, also known as the Bridge Street Bridge, is a significant crossing over the Connecticut River, connecting the towns of Windsor Locks and East Windsor. The current bridge, a two-lane box girder structure, was completed in 1992 and is 1,134 feet long. This is the third bridge at this location. The first was a suspension bridge built in 1886 by the Warehouse Point Bridge and Ferry Company, replacing a ferry service. The second bridge was a 7-span through Pratt truss structure built in 1921. Each span was approximately 152 feet long, with a total length of approximately 1,064 feet between abutments. The bridge carries Route 140 and serves as a vital link between the two towns.

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Windsor Locks, CT 06096