KATE HEWITT BRIDGE
Bramwell's Historic Duhring Street Bridge
The Duhring Street Pony Truss Bridge ( Named the Kate Hewitt Bridge ) crosses over Bluestone River. The existing bridge at the end of Brick Street in Bramwell, WV. This bridge was built in 1915 by the Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia. The bridge consists of two simple riveted and bolted steel pony truss spans (SSPT) and is supported at each end by full-height stone masonry abutments and intermediately by a reinforced concrete pier. The overall length of the structure is 115’3” and the roadway width is 11’5” curb to curb. The bridge is located within the Town of Bramwell and is located in the Bramwell Historic District. Due to it's age it has a 5 ton load limit.