There are a variety of interesting riveted bridges on this highway in this area, but this is the only one that is a arch bridge instead of a truss bridge. This through arch bridge is a uncommon, small example of its type and has no overhead bracing. Visually, its smooth curves provide a graceful looking structure, while the numerous rivets composing the built-up beams offer texture and detail not found in modern bridges. The bridge retains original standard plan ornamental railing on its cantilevered sidewalks, while original vehicular railings also remain in place inside the arch lines.
Span length given is a very rough estimate.
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