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1890 Berlin Iron Bridge on the Appalachian Trail near Lickdale

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Back in 1888, the Corrugated Metal Company purchased rights to William Douglas's patented "parabolic" truss and produced the first of the lenticular bridges that would soon dot the landscape of the Northeast. Douglas, educated at West Point, joined the company as treasurer and executive manager and continued to refine his design; he was awarded a second patent in 1885, by which time the company had changed its name to the Berlin Iron Bridge Company. This bridge is on the Appalachian Trail near Lickdale, PA and the photo was captured on 7/31/2008.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 12 November, 2011.