This bridge has a concrete t-beam main span and a reinforced concrete slab approach span at each end. However, it has been designed to look like a stone arch. To accomplish this, concrete arch facades are on the sides of
the bridge, and stones were attached to the concrete. Aside from the addition of cyclone fencing to the top of the bridge, this bridge retains good historic integrity. The official roadway width given for this bridge is substantially less
than the curb-to-curb width. The bridge appears to have been designed for a four lane highway, while it is only serving a two lane highway. The total width is 62 feet (18.9 meters).
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