Before Cowley County, Kansas began building its famous stone arch bridges in earnest, the city of Winfield built one at the entrance of Island Park.
The double arch Neer Bridge near Cambridge in Cowley County, Kansas, was built to replace a prior stone bridge built just years before.
Some of the stone arch bridges of Cowley County, Kansas have elusive plaques, which tell an interesting story about the structure.
We have released a detailed account of the unique history of Pudden Bridge, the famous triple-arch stone bridge near Dexter, Cowley County, Kansas.
While Cowley County neither was the first nor the most prolific stone arch building region in Kansas, it’s famous for its massive stone arch bridges.
Many cases the name(s) of a historic bridge reflect the bridge’s significance, its history, or local land owners past and present.
Some background on early stone arch bridges and culverts in Cowley County, Kansas, which is famous for its stone arch bridges.
Cowley County, Kansas set some state records for arch span and stone bridge size in the county’s stone arch bridge building days.