Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail - Sakatah State Park Trail Bridge #5
Replacement of State Trail Bridge over a unnamed tributary to the Cannon River, within the boundaries of Sakatah State Park.
Sakatah-Singing Hills State Trail Bridge #SSH05, is a 54 foot long, timber, former railroad bridge that carries the Sakatah-Singing Hills State Trail over a intermittent, unnamed tributary stream within the boundaries of Sakatah State Park. This bridge has been subject to inspection and it has been determined to not be a candidate for rehabilitation and has been recommended for replacement. The former railroad bridge is to be replaced with a 20 foot arch culvert with a cast in-place concrete facing. The replacement of this former railroad bridge with a culvert will be completed in association with the scheduled resurfacing of this trail segment in 2012.
Replacement of the former railroad bridge which carried the Sakatah-Singing Hills State Trail over an unnamed tributary of the Cannon River within the boundaries of Sakatah State Park. The former wood pile railroad bridge is approximately 100 years old has been inspected and recommended for replacement with a culvert.
The demolition and replacement of the existing 54 foot long timber bridge will be completed in association with the scheduled resurfacing of this trail segment in 2012. .