This bridge is a late example of a pin-connected through truss with a construction date of 1907. It represents bridges built in the first decade of the 20th Century quite well with its traditional details and a-frame portal bracing design. The bridge appears to be in decent condition but has been closed to traffic. An unusual alteration is that a section of top chord from some other bridges was bound to the top chord of this bridge apparently to act as a brace. This bridge would be easy to restore. It would be a good candidate for relocation and reuse by pedestrians. It could also be rehabilitated for light vehicular use where it is.
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