This bridge has a noteworthy camber to its deck. It is a former highway bridge that once carried Church Street over the canal in this location. Today, Church Street no longer crosses the canal here, but the bridge is left in place for non-motorized vehicles. The bridge remains in excellent structural condition and no major alterations to the original design and materials of the bridge were noted. Original railings remain on the bridge. The deck is concrete. The ends of the trusses have an unusual curved design at the base of the end post, where the end post essentially turns into part of the curb.
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