The South Norwalk Railroad Bridge is an 1895 bridge in Norwalk, Connecticut. It carries the four sets of Metro-North railroad tracks across the busy intersection of Main Street and Washington Street in the South Norwalk section of the city. The bridge is adjacent to the South Norwalk Switch Tower Museum, which showcases the railroad switch tower where tracks were physically switched at the intersection of the Danbury Branch and the New Haven Line.

The bridge is a contributing structure in the South Main and Washington Streets Historic District.
View in Google Earth Categories: Bridges - Rail
Links: en.wikipedia.org, www.westctnrhs.org
By: Turneasterne
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