This bridge is an unusual pin-connected highway deck truss. It has a 1940 construction date given in the National Bridge Inventory. Pin-connected truss bridges had not been built for many years at this time, so it is not
known if this date is a complete error, or if it has some significance to the bridge's history. The pin-connected span is likely much older. The bridge originally had two approach spans, but in January/February 1988 ice damaged a steel bent
for these spans, and they were replaced with a single steel stringer span. An unusual detail is that the bottom chord passes through a hole in the pier of a parallel railroad bridge.
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