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Deerfield Railroad Bridge

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The Deerfield-Montague railroad bridge, also known as the Springfield Terminal railroad bridge, is a significant structure in Montague, Massachusetts. This three-span deck-truss bridge crosses the Connecticut River, carrying the Springfield Terminal Railway. The bridge has a rich history, with the original railroad crossing at this location dating back to 1850. It is currently maintained by Pan Am Railways and serves as a vital link for rail traffic in and out of the former Boston & Maine Railroad yard at East Deerfield. The bridge’s design and location make it a notable landmark in the area.

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CSX Transportation

Montague, MA 01351