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Mallory Township Bridge
Mallory Township Bridge is located in Iowa
Mallory Township Bridge
Mallory Township Bridge is located in the United States
Mallory Township Bridge
LocationCounty road over an unnamed stream
Nearest cityOsterdock, Iowa
Coordinates42°43′08.3″N 91°10′42.8″W / 42.718972°N 91.178556°W / 42.718972; -91.178556Coordinates: 42°43′08.3″N 91°10′42.8″W / 42.718972°N 91.178556°W / 42.718972; -91.178556
Built byCounty work force
Architectural stylePratt half-hip pony truss
MPSHighway Bridges of Iowa MPS
NRHP reference No.98000809[1]
Added to NRHPJune 25, 1998

The Mallory Township Bridge was a historic structure located southwest of Osterdock, Iowa, United States. It spanned an unnamed stream for 38 feet (12 m).[2] In the summer of 1890 Clayton County sought bids to provide small-scale iron and combination spans to cross several small streams. D.H. Young of Manchester, Iowa won the contract, and provided eight superstructures for $2,730.[2] The wrought iron components were rolled at Lackawanna in Pittsburgh. The spans were delivered the same year and erected by county work crews. This bridge has subsequently been removed and replaced. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.[1]