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EJP County Line Bridge

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Area  less than one acre
Architectural style  Camelback pony truss
Opened  1917
Added to NRHP  22 February 1985
Built  1917 (1917)
NRHP Reference #  85000412
Body of water  Nowood River
Nearest city  Hyattville
EJP County Line Bridge
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The EJP County Line Bridge is a Camelback pony truss bridge located near Hyattville, Wyoming, which carries Big Horn County Road CN9-60 across the Nowood River. The bridge was built in 1917 by the Monarch Engineering Company. As the bridge was originally thought to connect Big Horn and Washakie Counties, the two counties split the cost of the bridge, with each paying for one abutment and the two splitting the cost of the superstructure; this is the only recorded case of two Wyoming counties purchasing a bridge in such a way. Further surveys determined that the bridge is actually located entirely within Big Horn County. At 102 feet (31 m) long, the bridge is the longest Camelback truss bridge in Wyoming.

The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 22, 1985. It was one of several bridges added to the National Register for their role in the history of Wyoming bridge construction.


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