This truss bridge remains in good condition but is threatened by a deteriorating abutment. The concrete under the southwest bearing is spalling and delaminating, putting that corner of the bridge at increasingly greater risk. It is hoped this area will be repaired soon, because this is otherwise a very well maintained pin-connected truss bridge.
This bridge is also noted for its built-up fishbelly floorbeams. These floorbeams indicate that the bridge likely dates to before 1900 (a date shown on some sources which is likely a default date for an unknown construction date).
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