This bridge is located near where there was once a rail yard. Maps show this railroad with a dot on the map labeled Siemens. As the car shows in the photo above, the old railroad grade that this bridge passes over is retained as a dirt trail, that even cars can access. The rail line the bridge itself once carried has not been maintained as well.
This bridge is a good example of a Baltimore through truss, which is a fairly uncommon truss configuration. It is also a reminder of the rich industrial and railroading past of the area. The bridge is short, but still quite tall and impressive to view.
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