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Little Walnut River Pratt Truss Bridge
U.S. National Register of Historic Places

Location: SW 160th Road, 0.5 miles West of intersection with Purity Springs Road, Bois d'Arc, Kansas
Coordinates: 37°35′46.84″N 96°55′24.02″W / 37.5963444°N 96.9233389°W / 37.5963444; -96.9233389Coordinates: 37°35′46.84″N 96°55′24.02″W / 37.5963444°N 96.9233389°W / 37.5963444; -96.9233389
Built/Founded: 1885
Architect: Kansas City Bridge & Iron Co.
Governing body: State
Added to NRHP: May 9, 2003
NRHP Reference#: 03000377[1]

The Little Walnut River Pratt Truss Bridge is a Pratt truss bridge constructed in 1885, in Bois d'Arc, Kansas. It was constructed by the Kansas City Bridge and Iron Company as a carriage, horse and pedestrian bridge over the Little Walnut River, which joins the larger Walnut River in southern Butler County. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.[2]

The bridge is still in use for vehicles but has a height limitation of 6 feet and 6 inches. The total length of the bridge is 196.8 feet and the width of the deck is 13.4 feet.

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