This bridge is a rivet-connected Parker through truss. It appears to be unaltered and thus with good historic integrity. It has been abandoned, but in terms of preservation potential appears to be in decent condition. It includes approach spans which appear to be concrete t-beams. The bridge was built in 1927 to replace a wooden covered bridge that a truck had fallen through and destroyed. The remains of one of the portals of the covered bridge was left and remains standing today as do the abutments for that bridge. In 1972, a third bridge was built which realigned US-27 onto a new bridge and turned this truss bridge into a local bridge.
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