Slade's Ferry Bridge

The Slade's Ferry Bridge was a steel swing double layered truss bridge that spanned the Taunton River between Somerset, Massachusetts and Fall River, Massachusetts. It carried rail traffic on top and included a swing span to allow river traffic through. It was built in 1875 and removed in 1970. The site currently has a pair of transmission towers on each bank carrying transmission lines across the river.

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