This bridge should be considered to have an extremely high degree of historic significance as what may be the last surviving lenticular full deck truss bridge. Although the smaller approach span has collapsed, it appears that most of this span remains in place. A combination of restoration and replication could likely put this approach span back into service. The main span that remains in place appears to have outstanding historic integrity including original built-up fishbelly floor beams. The only significant element missing on the bridge appears to be the original railings. The bridge closed to traffic in 1959.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Unorganized Photos
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