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Cove Lake Spillway Dam Bridge

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Built  1937 (1937)
NRHP Reference #  94001618
Area  2 ha
Architectural style  Rustic
Opened  1937
Added to NRHP  11 September 1995
Cove Lake Spillway Dam-Bridge
Nearest city  Ozark-St. Francis National Forest, near Corley, Arkansas

The Cove Lake Spillway Dam and Bridge are a historic structure in Ozark-St. Francis National Forest, north of Corley, Arkansas. The dam is built of earth and stone, and impounds Cove Lake, location of a recreation area in the national forest. The bridge is a five-span masonry arch structure, built across the dam spillway, where it carries Arkansas Highway 309. The dam and bridge were built in 1937 with funding from the Works Progress Administration, and is a fine example of the Rustic architecture WPA projects were known for.

The structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.

References

Cove Lake Spillway Dam-Bridge Wikipedia


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