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Application Profile

13 December 2018

Beverly Drawbridge Rail Swing Bridge

Nuttall and Delroyd Custom Gear Drives for Rail Swing Bridge

The Beverly Drawbridge spans the Danvers River, connecting Beverly and Salem, Massachusetts. The bridge is positioned adjacent to the Route 1A, Veterans Memorial Bridge. Originally built in 1885, the rail bridge currently carries the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Newport/Rockport commuter line that originates in Boston.

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06 December 2018

Vertical Lift Rail Bridge

Nuttall Gear Custom Gear Drives for Vertical Lift Rail Bridge

In July of 2018, the Union Pacific Railroad replaced its aging 614 ft. long swing bridge over the San Bernard River near Angleton, Texas. The new bridge is a vertical lift design with a 114 ft. long center span that raises 56 ft. above the Mean High Water (MHW) level to allow marine river traffic to pass under.

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05 November 2018

Swing Bridge

Nuttall Gear Custom Heavy-Duty Gearboxes for Swing Bridges

The Lindsey Warren bridge that spans 3 miles across the Alligator River in North Carolina recently underwent a major renovation. Originally built in 1962, the two-lane bridge carries U.S. 64 vehicular traffic between Tyrrell and Dare counties.

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18 October 2018

Sarah Mildred Long Bridge

Nuttall Custom Gearboxes for Vertical Lift Bridge

Originally opened in 1940, the Sarah Mildred Long bridge spans the Piscataqua River connecting Kittery, Maine to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The vertical lift bridge allows passage of large ships to the Atlantic Ocean.

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06 August 2018

Vertical Lift Bridge Burlington Ontario

Nuttall Custom Gearboxes for Vertical Lift Bridge

The current version of the Burlington Canal lift bridge was built in 1962. Located between Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario, the bridge spans the Burlington Canal that was widened to allow ships to navigate between Hamilton Harbour and Lake Ontario.

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