With a 1908 date cast into the concrete, this bridge takes the shape of a modern bridge, but is actually a very old concrete bridge. The box shape that integrates the slab superstructure to the concrete abutments is
similar to what is known as a box culvert today. Over 100 years old, this bridge is a rare example of a bridge design that from over 100 years ago that is still used today. There is a smaller similar style bridge that carries the nearby
highway over a little creek. That structure also appears to be old, and it is possible it was built at the same time as the railroad overpass.
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