This bridge is a traditionally composed pin-connected half-hip pony truss. It is located on private property connecting a home to some farmland on the other side of the creek. The history of the bridge is not known. It might have always been at this location, bridges were sometimes put up for farmers to access their fields. However it may also have been relocated. The deck stringers have been replaced, as the original stringers framed into the floorbeams and the current stringers rest on top. The floorbeams are built-up riveted beams suggesting this may be an older 1890 or older truss bridge. Length given is an estimate based on 14 foot panel estimates.
This bridge is on private property. The bridge is visible in the winter from the nearby public road.
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