About Skew Arch Bridge (Reading, Pennsylvania)

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The Skew Arch Bridge in Reading, Pennsylvania, also known as the Askew Bridge and nicknamed the Soap and Whiskey Bridge, is a historical skew arch bridge completed in 1857 carrying two tracks of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad (P&R) at an angle over Sixth Street in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The bridge was acquired by Conrail after the P&R's demise in 1976, and was transferred to Norfolk Southern Railway in 1999.

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499, North 6th Street, Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States of America, 19601

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