Stewart Creek Bridge
The scenic Stewart Creek Bridge was designed as part Skyline Parkway. The bridge, with its jagged teeth, was built in 1925 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 and is historically significant as the most picturesque setting and design of any stone-arch highway bridge in the state. The bridge .
The Stewart Creek Bridge is a single-span, stone-arch highway bridge built of locally quarried gabbro rock, an abundant, commonly used building material in the Duluth area. It carries an unpaved section of the Bardon’s Peak segment of Skyline Parkway over Stewart Creek, which lies below in a ravine.