1852-1882 Mineral Spring Road
Reading, PA 19602
The Lindbergh Viaduct is a striking concrete arch bridge. It is situated in Reading, in Berks County, Philadelphia. Constructed in 1927, it was built with a lavish budget of USD470,000. It is constructed on a comprehensive horizontal bend and forms the backdrop of the Pendora Park. It is 866 feet (264 meters) long and has as many as 13 spans. There are five central spans, each 83 feet (25 meters) in length along with eight secondary spans. This historic viaduct has undergone refurbishment twice and stands listed on the National register of Historic Places since June 22, 1988.