This is an extremely rare multi-span lenticular pony truss bridge, also noted for its surviving ornamentation. The bridge retains ornamental railing and finials. The bridge has been left in its original location for non-motorized traffic only. The bridge has had an uncertain future because of a failing substructure. The walkway on the bridge has been restricted by fencing to limit the loads on the bridge. The bridge has an uncertain future. The trusses are in good condition, the problems have been due to the stone pier and abutments. These should be repaired to ensure the survival of this exceedingly rare multi-span lentiuclar truss bridge.
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