This is one of two tiny Luten arch bridges on this road, widened with a concrete slab on the south side. When this bridge was built, this part of Florida was considered to be Lee County so the plaques list Lee County even though this is Hendry County today. A 1920 construction date was listed in the inventory for this bridge, but it may be an estimate. The other similar bridge on this road, Donna's Crossing, had a 1955 rehabilitation date given that likely refers to the widening of the bridge. It seems plausible that this bridge's widening may also date to 1955. The bridge has a span length of less than 20 feet.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Luten
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