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Training Inst. Hoyt Address: N. Cedar St. Tacoma, WA, Phone: Email: paula fredandpaula. The Minnesota and International railway trestle bridge at Blackduck is historically significant for its method of construction and the length of timber required to span Coburn Creek and the surrounding marsh. The area is dense pine forest punctuated by swamp, marshland, and peat bog. The marshland required the erection of timber trestles to span the sinkholes along the route. A trestle is a rigid frame used as a support; small versions are used to support large tables.
A trestle bridge is composed of several short spans supported by such frames. This type of bridge is sometimes called a "trestle" for short, and each supporting frame is generally referred to as a bent. Engineers incorporated timber trestles into designs for wooden roller coasters and, in the nineteenth century, wooden bridges across gorges. Adventure scenes in many Western movies feature trestle bridges.
Veteran engineer Frank H. It is feet meters long. The trestle itself is made of a timber superstructure and a substructure accessed by gravel approaches on its northeast and southwest ends. The bridge opened after some delay in the fall of and boosted local business. Blackduck folk, however, complained about the location of the depot, since it was difficult to reach except on foot. In poor weather conditions, it was even less accessible. On November 12, , they jacked up the building and pushed a piece of track and a flatbed car under it. They then pulled the entire building across the trestle to the new site.
The bridge was then renovated for use by pedestrians and recreational vehicles as part of the Blue Ox Trail also called the Voyageur Trail. The rail crossing became a favorite among hikers and snowmobilers. On February 4, , years after the trains had stopped rolling, the bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It was also called the Coburn Creek Trestle and the Blackduck Trestle by various railroads and entities.
Three teenagers burned and severely damaged the bridge on April 13, About feet of the bridge were charred and destroyed. The bridge was subsequently closed to all traffic.
As a result, the bridge was closed. In , cars and pedestrians following the Blue Ox Trail use a half-mile detour through Blackduck that allows them to avoid the bridge and then get back on the trail. Minnesota and International Railway Trestle at Blackduck. National Register of Historic Places, reference number Umhauer, David E. Walsh, Paul.