This bridge is an excellent example of a traditionally composed pin-connected truss bridge built late in the pin-connected era. The Landis Road Bridge consists two two six panel truss spans with two stringer approach spans. The truss superstructure retains good historic integrity including original plaques and few alterations to the truss structure. Lattice railings remain on the main truss spans but are missing on the approach spans. The substructure appears to have been partially replaced. The bridge has evidence of a preservation commitment with a recent rehabilitation apparent. With a continuing commitment to maintenance and preservation this bridge should continue to be a beautiful, functional historic landmark for decades to come.
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