Rock Creek Bridge


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Route 66 Bridge: This bridge was built in 1921 to server theOzark Trail. It became part of U.S. Highway 66in 1926 when the Chicago to Los Angeles route wasinitiated. The bridge served motorists travelingon U.S. 66 until a new highway was built to the south in1952.


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Junction of U.S. 66 and W. Ozark Trail, Sapulpa, OK


35.993646, -96.136173
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National Register of Historic Places
Bridge No. 18 at Rock Creek (added 1995 - Structure - #95000031)
Also known as Rock Creek Bridge
Jct. of US 66 and Rock Cr., Sapulpa
  • Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
  • Architect, builder, or engineer: Concrete and Steel Construction Co.
  • Architectural Style: Other
  • Area of Significance: Engineering, Transportation
  • Period of Significance: 1925-1949
  • Owner: Local Gov't
  • Historic Function: Transportation
  • Historic Sub-function: Road-Related
  • Current Function: Transportation
  • Current Sub-function: Road-Related
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