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Vietnam Veterans Bridge

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Vietnam Memorial Bridge, also known as the Holyoke Bridge, South Hadley Falls Bridge, and County Bridge, is a girder bridge that spans the Connecticut River between South Hadley and Holyoke, Massachusetts. It was built in 1990 to replace the original Holyoke-South Hadley, the Old County Bridge, which was constructed in 1889 by the New Jersey Steel and Iron Company and designed by Edward S. Shaw. The bridge carries Route 116 (Massachusetts) across the river. A sign near the current bridge salvaged from its original 1889 counterpart is a testament to the bridge’s history.

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Mass. DOT
Mass. Route 116
South Hadley, MA 01075