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List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Alaska facts for kids

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This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in the U.S. state of Alaska.

Name Image Built Listed Location Borough Type
Alaska Central Railroad Tunnel No. 1 AlaskaCentralRRTunnel1.png 1906, 1916 1977-11-28 Seward
60°39′17″N 149°3′20″W / 60.65472°N 149.05556°W / 60.65472; -149.05556 (Alaska Central Railroad: Tunnel No. 1)
Kenai Peninsula
Lowell Creek Diversion Tunnel SewardWithLowellCreekOutfall.png 1939, 1940 1977-11-23 Seward
60°6′14″N 149°27′9″W / 60.10389°N 149.4525°W / 60.10389; -149.4525 (Diversion Tunnel)
Kenai Peninsula
Miles Glacier Bridge (Million Dollar Bridge) Million dollar bridge.jpg 1910 2000-03-31 Cordova
60°40′24″N 144°44′36″W / 60.67333°N 144.74333°W / 60.67333; -144.74333 (Million Dollar Bridge)
Valdez-Cordova
(census area)
Pennsylvania through truss
Susitna River Bridge Susitna River Bridge 1920, 1921 1977-09-15 Gold Creek
62°46′6″N 149°41′30″W / 62.76833°N 149.69167°W / 62.76833; -149.69167 (Susitna River Bridge)
Matanuska-Susitna Through truss
Grant Street Trestle 1906, 1927
removed 1988-03-10
Ketchikan Ketchikan Gateway
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