This bridge is one of a group of bridges built ca. 1929 over Hogan's Creek noted for their extensive ornamentation and all built as part of the Hogan's Creek Improvement Project. The centerpiece of this group of bridges is the Main Street Bridge. Visit that bridge's page for an overview of these bridges, historic bridge inventory data, and a discussion of their significance.
This bridge is a foot bridge with a distinctive arch to the walkway. It is debatable whether this bridge should be classified as a concrete slab or concrete arch. While the bridge itself remains accessible (at least when the creek isn't flooding) however a fence is in place at the southern end of the bridge, so the bridge does not appear to be in use any more.
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