This bridge is a traditionally composed pony truss with riveted connections.
Historic truss bridges are much less numerous in the Upper Peninsula than in the
Lower Peninsula, so all surviving examples must be considered regionally rare.
The fact that neighboring Wisconsin has a very small number of truss bridges,
particularly in the northern half of the state, only increases the regional
rarity of truss bridges. The bridge displays the Warren truss configuration with
verticals. With the replacement of one of two rows of channel railing with Armco
guardrails being the only major alteration to the bridge, the historic integrity
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Maps and Links: Hansen Lane Bridge
This historic bridge has been demolished. This map is shown for reference purposes only.