This is a Pennsylvania through truss bridge located in a scenic area and apparently will be spared demolition despite a replacement project. Reportedly, the new bridges being built to support a new four-lane divided highway (future extension of King's Highway 400) will carry the main flow of traffic while the heritage bridge will be retained to be used as part of a service road between the interchanges at Pickerel River Road and Highway 607. There is a heritage railway bridge visible in the distance east of this bridge. If anyone wants to share photos of this bridge please contact HistoricBridges.org.
As of 2020, as part of a project to develop Kings Highway 69 into a limited access extension of King's Highway 400, this bridge has been bypassed by new highway alignment and the old alignment has been turned to local control.
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