This bridge is a good representative example of a double intersection Warren through truss, with the truss appearing to retain good historic integrity with no major alterations. The bridge retains pole railings, which contain decorative castings at the ends.
This bridge has trusses of average depth except for a truss bridge of its length, where this depth is unusual. Normally a bridge this long would have deeper (taller) trusses, and might also have additional beams composing the sway bracing to stabilize a deeper truss. Because this bridge does not have those features, the bridge has an unusually long looking appearance.
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