This tiny arch bridge is noteworthy mainly only because it is located in a region where there are hardly any bridges with historic value. The bridge represents a period in history that predates the use of corrugated metal culverts and pre-cast concrete tubes and boxes. Those structures are used today for small ditches, creeks and such and are much less complex and interesting than a bridge like this.
The railings on this bridge are not original. There is a plaque nearby listing a 1997-8 streetscape project, and the railings might be a result of that project. The railing design was more popular in the 1970s so it may be an alteration that is older than 1997.
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