Hartford, CT 06108
Also known as Hartford Bridge, it is a stone arch bridge in Hartford, Connecticut. It is 1075 feet (328 meters) in length, and has nine spans. The bridge which was built in the year 1908, crosses the Connecticut River, and carries over 142,500 cars daily on an average basis. It is one of the largest stone arch bridges in the world, and one of the oldest in the Interstate Highway System. It is named after the late Governor and Senator Morgan Bulkeley.