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The Sunderland Bridge, also known as the Sunderland Bridge (Massachusetts), is a significant crossing over the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts. It connects the towns of South Deerfield and Sunderland, carrying Massachusetts Route 116. The bridge is a deck truss bridge with a total length of 1,177 feet. There was at least one preceding bridge at this location, a metal through-truss bridge destroyed by the floating Montague City Covered Bridge during the Flood of 1936. The current Sunderland Bridge was completed in 1937. Reconstruction of the bridge was completed in 1994. The replacement of the original art deco railings by modern ones was controversial.

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Town of Sunderland

South Deerfield, MA 01373