Henry Lawrence Bridge Spans over Lake Barkley - Controlled Demolition, Inc.
The North Jackson Street Bridge is a historic bridge in De Witt, Arkansas. Built c. 1910, it carries North Jackson Street over Holt Branch, just south of North Circle Drive. It consists of two spans of steel girders, resting on concrete abutments and a concrete central pier, with concrete decking. It is 32 feet (9.8 m) long and has a roadbed 22 feet (6.7 m) wide. Its guard rails consist of poured concrete panels, with incised rectangles on the side. The short spans of the bridge demonstrate the unfamiliarity with the use of concrete as a bridge-building material. North Jackson Street was originally laid out as the principal route out of De Witt heading north.