Appearing to be an early example of a rivet-connected Warren pony truss bridge, this private bridge has been abandoned. The lightweight members, and the cast iron lower bracing connectors on the floorbeams suggest that this may be an usually old surviving example of its type perhaps dating back into the 1890s. Its lack of vertical members, and only a single outrigger at the center is also unusual. Based on the simple design of the bents the bridge sits on, it is assumed this bridge was moved here from another unknown location. Length given is an estimate.
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This bridge is on private property adjacent to a public road.