This is a small pony truss that sits abandoned in a field. Its abutments appear to be failing at one end as the bridge is not sitting level and appears to be slowly collapsing at one end. The bridge appears to retain good historic integrity. The abutments are the only thing that appears to be a problem, the bridge itself looks like if it were redecked and placed on new abutments it could have a new life easily.
This historic bridge has been demolished. This map is shown for reference purposes only.
This bridge is located on private property but can be viewed from the nearby public road.
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