This railroad overpass is a deck plate girder. A plaque on the girder with the date 1928 identifies the American Bridge Company as builder. The National Bridge Inventory lists a much older 1914 date. It is not known if the 1914 is one of many errors that can be found in the National Bridge Inventory or if the substructure of the bridge is older than the girder superstructure. Either way, it should be noted that the substructure is concrete and is quite deteriorated with extensive spalling. The substructure is wider than the superstructure, indicating that room was provided for adding an additional superstructure to widen the tracks and make it a double-track line.
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