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Natural Pier Bridge, Alberton

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Natural Pier Bridge is a steel Warren through truss bridge spanning the Clark Fork river located 1 mile (1.6 km) west of Alberton, Montana, United States, which incorporates a natural rock outcrop as anchorage for a pier. It was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places as part of a related group of historic Montana bridges known as Montana's Historic Steel Truss Bridges and achieved listing on January 4, 2010. Built in 1917 by the Lord Construction Company of Missoula, Montana, it is one of only a few remaining bridges of its type in the state, and of those it is the only one that incorporates a natural feature in its design.
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  • The bridge has an impressive history dating back over a hundred years. It was originally part of the Yellowstone Trail, which spanned¬† the entire state of Montana. Pressure from the lumber companies.....  more »
  • In Alberton they have a metal bridge. It is rusty. However, the best part for swimming is on a boat or go on the huge rocks near the water. The people in Alberton always fish nearby these huge...  more »

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