Arkwright Bridge
The Arkwright Bridge is an historic bridge located in Cranston, Rhode Island, just north of the town line with Coventry, in the historic Arkwright mill village. The bridge was built in 1888 over the Pawtuxet River by Dean & Westbrook for the Town of Coventry and the Interlaken Mills (later known as the Arkwright Mills). It is the longest surviving 19th century truss bridge in Rhode Island , and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

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