This bridge is an early and outstanding example of a unique, ornamental bridge design built by the Canton Bridge Company. Perhaps more reminiscent of bridges built in urban locations in the 19th Century, the Canton Bridge Company erected bridges with ornamental portal cresting, highly decorative plaques, and finials in both rural and urban locations. Of these bridges that survive today, many suffer from loss of finials, plaques, cresting, etc. This bridge does not. Thus it is both an early and unaltered example of this design. As a two-span bridge it is also notable as a multi-span example. The bridge is closed to traffic and abandoned.
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