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Julia Buxton Bridge U.S. 5

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The Julia B. Buxton Bridge, also known as the South End Bridge, is a significant crossing over the Connecticut River. It was completed in 1954, replacing an older bridge that had been in place since 1879. This bridge is part of the extensive network of crossings over the Connecticut River, which includes a variety of structures ranging from modern bridges to historic ferries. The Julia B. Buxton Bridge, like many others along the river, represents an evolution from earlier forms of river crossing and is a testament to the advancements in bridge construction and design.

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Mass. DOT
U.S. 5
Agawam, MA 01101