This bridge is a five panel Pratt pony truss with riveted connections. It appears to sit in its original location. It is not known whether it is the original crossing of the canal which is now served by the vehicular crossing of Tabler Road east of this bridge, or whether it was erected simply to provide access to canal facilities. The bridge is traditionally composed. It has been converted for use by non-motorized traffic only. It retains decent historic integrity with the loss of the original railings and replacement of a number of rivets with bolts being the only significant alterations to note on the superstructure. Their has also been some abutment work.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Reused
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