This is a bridge that has been abandoned for many years. The road leading up to it is more like an overgrown trail through the woods. The deck of the bridge is more like a section of grass and shrubs. The bridge itself is severely deteriorated with a couple holes, one fairly large, in the deck, and severe erosion on one approach. The rebar however is in decent shape and can be closely inspected where these holes are. The arch is shaped very shallowly, which tends to make the bridge look longer than it is. Perhaps one of the most striking features of the bridge is the lack of ornamentation. The bridge is very plain looking with the arch shape itself being the only aesthetic aspect of the bridge. This is in strike contrast to the high levels of beauty seen in bridges from this period.
Above: 2022 Elevation. Photo Credit: Ron Fricke
Above: 2022 Portal view. Photo Credit: Ron Fricke
Above: 2022 view of deck deterioration. Photo Credit: Ron Fricke
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