This bridge is an attractive example of a traditionally composed pony truss with five panels. The main span of the bridge is seated on caissons, which are also sometimes called lally columns. A single steel stringer approach span is present on each end of the bridge. The abutments are concrete.
Information and Findings From Missouri's Historic Bridge Inventory
Other features: upper chord and inclined end post: 2 channels with cover plate and lacing; lower chord: 2 punched rectangular eyebars; vertical: 4 angles with lacing; outrigger: 2 angles; diagonal: 2 punched rectangular eyebars; counter: square eyebar with turnbuckle; lateral bracing: round rod with threaded ends; floor beam: I-beam, field-bolted to vertical; guardrail: steel angle
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: No
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