This bridge was built in the 1936 and supplemented in the 1950s with a second truss bridge to create a one-way couplet of bridges, with this older truss bridge carrying westbound traffic. However, this older bridge was replaced, although the truss spans were placed in a couple nearby areas as decorations. One location is in a public park called Rogers Landing, the other is a privately owned property called Molly's Landing, although the trusses at Molly's Landing are easy to see from the highway.
Visible in the distance is a third truss bridge, for a railroad line, although this bridge is not particularly old or historically significant.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Trusses Converted To Decorative
This map shows the location of the spans open to the public. Additional spans are on private property at 36.20711 -95.72684 but are visible from public roads.
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