This railroad bridge has three truss spans, one a lightweight looking span that is a rare example of a Camelback truss and which has pinned connections, while the other two spans are more heavy looking and shorter spans that have riveted connections and due to the number of panels they have could be called Pratt or Warren trusses. East of these is a series of short wooden spans. The Warren truss spans have 1921 cut into their portal braces indicating when they were built. It is not known if the Camelback span also dates to 1921 or if it is an older span relocated here from someplace else in 1921. Its somewhat lightweight construction compared to the shorter, heavier spans suggests it could be older than 1921, as does the use of pin-connections which on railroad bridges were normally used for only large spans by 1921. If this Camelback span does date to 1921, it is a late example of its type.
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