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Dix River, Garrard County

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Inventory Number: KY/17-40-01x / KY-69-01x
County: Garrard County / Lincoln County
Township:
Town/Village:
Bridge Name: Dix River
Crosses: Dix River
Truss type:
Spans: 1
Length: 110'
Roadway Width:
Built: 1844
Builder:
When Lost: 1863
Cause: Burned during Civil War
Latitude: N37 36.16
Longitude: W084 38.09
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Directions: Old Danville Road.
Comments: At Lincoln County Line.
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Sources:
Ky's Past Covered Bridges. 2005, http://csimelissa.smugmug.com/gallery/943528/1/46871733/Large (07 Jan 2006)
Database of Kentucky covered bridges compiled by Robert W. M. Laughlin

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