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The Bridges of Denton County

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Some three miles west of I-35, a 150-foot-long bridge—built in 1908 at a cost of $1,500—spans Clear Creek at Sam Bass Road near Duck Creek Cemetery.
Some of Denton Co.’s remaining iron bridges have been moved from their original sites and preserved in public places; others await decisions about their fate. Three are listed in the National Register. To view Mildred Hawk’s brochure (with a map) of the bridges, go to the Denton County Historical Commission Web site: http://dentoncounty.com/dept/main.asp?Dept=112. Or write to the DCHC, 110 W. Hickory, Denton 76201; 940/349-2860.

For general information about the city of Denton and Denton Co., write to the Denton Convention and Visitor Bureau, P.O. Drawer P, Denton 76202 (office at 414 Parkway, 76201); 940/382-7895 or 888/381-1818; www.discoverdenton.com.

To view an online map, go to http://dentoncounty.com/dept/main.asp?Parent=126&Link=129

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