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Niangua Bridge

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Niangua Bridge
Coordinates38°05′03″N 92°48′15″W / 38.08417°N 92.80417°W / 38.08417; -92.80417Coordinates: 38°05′03″N 92°48′15″W / 38.08417°N 92.80417°W / 38.08417; -92.80417
Carries2 lanes of Route 5 / Route 7
CrossesNiangua Arm; Lake of the Ozarks
LocaleCamden County, Missouri
Characteristics
DesignTruss arch bridge
Total length1,957.5 feet (596.6 m)
Width20.0 feet (6.1 m)
Longest span410.0 feet (125.0 m)
History
Opened1935
Closed2003, replaced by modern girder bridge.

The Niangua Bridge is a truss arch bridge located on Lake of the Ozarks in Camden County, Missouri. It carries Route 5 and Route 7 across the Niangua Arm. The construction was similar to the Hurricane Deck Bridge and the I-35W Bridge.

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