South Fork Spillman Creek Double-Arch Bridge

The unique double-arched limestone bridge is located nine miles norht of Sylvan Grove on Highway 181 at the south fork of Spillman Creek and was placed on the Register of Historic Kansas Places in 2004. This 1908 greenhorn fencepost limestone structure was saved by local historians after it was abandoned by the Kansas Department of Transportation in the early 1900’s. A small roadside turn-off and gazebo marks the location to view the limestone bridge.

Address: Approximately nine miles north of Sylvan Grove, KS 67481 
Listed in the Register of Historic Kansas Places: 08-21-2004

See the nomination for this historic masonry arch limestone bridge, and others in Lincoln County on the Kansas State Historical Society website.

A summertime view of the South Fork Spillman Creek Double-Arch Bridge nine miles north of Sylvan Grove on Highway 181.

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