This abandoned bridge is an impressive example of a King Bridge Company Whipple truss. The bridge bears the typical distrinctive details of an 1880s King Bridge Company truss bridge.
Abandoned, and almost completely surrounded by private stone quarry property, this bridge would be an ideal candidate for relocation and preservation elsewhere for pedestrian use. The bridge originally featured rare tiny bedstead approach spans, but these were turned into non-structural elements when bents were added under the bridge, and further degraded by vehicular damage and replacements with modern materials not matching the original. The approach spans appear to have been originally rivet connected and they may not be original to the bridge as such.
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