This bridge contains a nine panel pin-connected camelback through truss with two pin-connected Pratt through truss approach spans. As a three span truss bridge, this bridge is among the company's larger and more important surviving examples. The bridge is also noteworthy for having a pin-connected camelback truss span. Perhaps the most unusual thing however is that another similar bridge survives on the other side of the town. Like that bridge, this bridge may also have been built by the Champion Bridge Company of Wilmington, Ohio.
The bridge is abandoned and has been bypassed by a new bridge for quite some time.
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