At over a half mile in length, this bridge with its 34 simple deck truss
spans is among the longest such bridges in the entire country. With the
exception of one larger span over railroad tracks, all the deck truss spans are
100 foot spans. A single steel stringer approach span is at each end of the
Oklahoma has several very long multi-span pony truss bridges, but this is the
only example of a super-long deck truss bridge. The bridge retains excellent
historic integrity with no significant truss alterations, and original railings
on the deck. Despite its significance, this historic bridge was demolished and replaced.
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Maps and Links: James C. Nance Bridge
This historic bridge has been demolished. This map is shown for reference purposes only.