Historic Bridges of Milam County
Arcadia Publishing, 20 mars 2017 - 128 pages
Milam County, located in the heart of Central Texas, is home to 18 historic bridges that were constructed through the years to accommodate the growth of the county. One bridge, Worley Bridge, has been fully restored in a cooperative effort between Milam County and the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT). TXDOT is an important partner in the preservation of these historic structures. Memories of some bridges will be preserved in a bridge park, which is being constructed in Rockdale. Other bridges simply stand in mute testimony to the passing of time and the changing of human needs and habits. This book tells the story of these bridges and their important role in our history. It provides knowledge and understanding of these structures.
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Historic Bridges Part Two
Historic Bridges Part Three
Other Significant Bridges
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Apache Pass Beth Brooks Big Elm Creek Brazos River Bridge Company Bridge is located bridge was built bridges in Milam Brushy Creek Bridge Bryant Station Bridge Buckholts C.Q. Horton Cameron Camino Real cement piers cement slab bridge concrete County Historical Commission County Historical Museum County Road 120 Courtesy of David Courtesy of Dolores courtesy of George Courtesy of Jack Courtesy of Joy Courtesy of Lucile David Galbreath deck Dolores Mode El Camino Real Eleanor Schmidt Hollas Elm Creek Bridge Farm to Market feet Galbreath Crossing Bridge Gause George and Eleanor Highway historic bridge Hog Creek Bridge Jack and Beth Jack Brooks Joy Graham left to right Little River Bridge located on County Lucile Estell McCown Bridge Milam County Historical National Historic Trail Photograph by Victor pinned bridge Port Sullivan residents restored Rockdale San Gabriel River Six Mile Creek spans steel Sugarloaf Mountain Table Bridge Texas Historical Commission Thorndale Worley Bridge