WELCOME TO THE MERIDIAN HIGHWAY
NATIONAL HISTORICAL REGISTRY
1,668 feet long on eight concrete piers, the Meridian Highway
Bridge was officially dedicated on October 11, 1924, crossing the Missouri River and
spanning two states, South Dakota and Nebraska.
The Meridian Highway Bridge was the final link for pioneer travelers who were traveling
the 3,100 mile International Meridian Highway from Mexico City, Mexico to Winnipeg, Canada. Source:
Yankton : A Pioneer Past
, by Robert F. Karolevitz
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