Original a unique group of five different plate girder overpasses crossing the road at different angles, now this slightly less unique group of bridges includes one modern, non-historic overpass. The northernmost of the five bridges is the one that was replaced. The bridges vary in width, skew, and design details, while also sharing the same general overall design and span configuration.
The National Bridge Inventory link on this page offers listings for all five bridges, ordered in the PDF file from north to south (thus, starting with the replaced bridge, the 2010 NBI sheet showing data for the original historic bridge at that location). Only one of these five bridges has a builder plaque, and that is the fourth bridge from the north which incidentally no longer carries trains and appears to be used by the railroad as a maintenance access. The bridge with the plaque was used to fill out the bridge dimensions shown above; note that the bridges vary in length largely due to the skew at which they cross the road.
This group of bridges is both notable as an unusual group of bridges, but individually they also are representative examples of traditional through plate girder grade separations.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Unorganized Photos
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