The South Canon Bridge is a truss footbridge spanning the Colorado River near Glenwood Springs, Colorado. It was built in 1915 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (reference number 85000212) in 1985.).
South Canon Bridge
|Coordinates||39°33′41.76″N 107°24′25.2″W / 39.5616000°N 107.407000°WCoordinates: 39°33′41.76″N 107°24′25.2″W / 39.5616000°N 107.407000°W|
|Locale||Glenwood Springs, Colorado|
It was built during 1914-15 and has a Pennsylvania truss design, with 10 panels. It was built by the Missouri Valley Bridge and Iron Company for $9430. It is 190 feet (58 m) long. It brought County Road 134 over the Colorado River about 4.6 miles (7.4 km) west of Glenwood Springs
It is now closed to vehicular traffic, and used as a pedestrian bridge.
- ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. November 2, 2013.
- ^ "HABS/HAER Inventory: South Canon Bridge / Bridge over Colorado River;state survey no.:GA05". National Park Service. Retrieved September 2, 2018. With accompanying photo from 1983