This tiny pony truss bridge sits connects a farm to a house. The remains of a plaque are on the endpost, but not enough remained to recognize a builder. The bridge has Jones and Laughlins brands on the steel. This company dropped the "s" at the end of Laughlins in 1905, so the bridge can be assumed to date to before 1905.
Length given is an extremely rough estimate.
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This bridge is on private property. The bridge is visible in the distance from a public road, but please do not approach and visit without permission. HistoricBridges.org obtained permission to take the photos in the gallery.