This pony truss is an example of an unusual standard design welded truss found only in New York State. The bridge has a simple, somewhat homemade appearance to it, yet the design is not unique in the state, with some other examples found elsewhere in the state in both pony and through truss designs. Some of them have been dated to the 1930s and found eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Pre-1940 welded truss bridge represent early examples of welded truss bridges and are thus historically significant. The date of this bridge is not known. In 2002, the floorbeams and deck stringers were replaced. The replaced beams are bolted to the truss, not welded.
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