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Historic Preservation & Archaeology > Learn About Topics > Buildings & Bridges > Bridge Structure & Styles > Camelback Bridge with Subdivided Panels Camelback Bridge with Subdivided Panels

Camelback with Subdivided Panels

Late 19th - 20th century
Drawing: Historic American Engineering Record

A Pennsylvania truss with a polygonal top chord of exactly five slopes.

Length: 100-300 feet (30-90 meters)