In technical description, this is a two-span truss bridge
with a Warren through truss span (painted orange) and a rusted Warren pony
truss span. However in reality, this bizarre bridge has a different history.
The orange through truss span is actually a pony truss bridge which was
relocated from an unknown location and placed at this location. The truss
was reconfigured with a completely new flooring system so that the deck was
much lower within the truss web, with the deck surface actually at the same
level as the bottom chord. With the deck lower, beams were added onto the
top to act as sway bracing, turning a pony truss into a through truss.
It is unknown if the other span, also a Warren pony truss but of a
different design and configuration, is in its original location or if it was
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