This bridge is an example of a pin-connected truss bridge built by a noted in-state builder.
The bridge would have originally had decorative portal cresting, but this has been lost over time.
Information and Findings From Ohio's Historic Bridge Inventory
The bridge carries a 1 lane road over a stream in a sparsely developed, rural setting.
The 1 span, 105'-long pin-connected Pratt thru truss bridge is traditionally composed of built-up compression members and eyebar or rod tension members. It is supported on ashlar abutments.
Lattice railings removed after 1980.
Summary of Significance
The 1901 pin-connected Pratt thru truss bridge is later example of a common type/design and has no distinctive details or features. The builder is not documented by available county records. The not eligible recommendation of the prior inventory remains appropriate.
Not Currently Available.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: No, but evaluated as eligible, after discovery of county records and reevaluation in 2017.
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