The Henley Bridge

Local nameThe Henley Bridge
LocationKnoxville, Tennessee, United States

The Henley Bridge, sometimes referred to as Henley Street Bridge, is a vehicle bridge that crosses the Tennessee River in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Completed in 1931, the 1,793-foot bridge is one of four vehicle bridges connecting Downtown Knoxville with South Knoxville, the other three being the Gay Street Bridge, the Buck Karnes Bridge, named for James Ernest Karnes,, and the James C. Ford Memorial Bridge. The bridge carries U.S. Route 441, which is known as "Henley Street" in downtown Knoxville and "Chapman Highway" in South Knoxville.

The bridge and its associated street are named for Colonel David Henley, a Revolutionary War officer and War Department agent stationed in Knoxville in the 1790s.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Henley_Bridge_(Knox_County,_Tennessee)

Address Henley Brg, Knoxville 37902, United States

Coordinates 35°57'25.325" N -83°55'6.244" E

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