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Severely deteriorated, this is one of the last surviving examples of a bridge from before 1940 that features type R4 railing. This is significant because before 1940, the concrete railing posts followed a different style, with stronger Art Deco detailing that the keyhole design seen after this time. Very few bridges remain from this period. This bridge's R4 railing is in horrible condition, partially due to the fact that the pre-1940 railings were not always galvanized like later railing was. The steel beams are also in bad condition; the bridge was posted for only 7 tons in 2021, which is extremely low for a bridge of this age and design. The bridge will likely come under risk for demolition and replacement. Also unusual is the construction date stamped into one of the railing posts. This was not a typical practice of the state highway department, however this was a county-built bridge and sometimes counties made changes to the standard plans. There is another state standard design bridge in Jackson County that is similarly stamped, suggesting this was perhaps a standard county practice in the 1930s.
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