This small but attractive riveted pony truss has been abandoned since at least the early 1970s. The bridge retains original lattice railings. The truss remains in decent shape and could easily be lifted off its abutments and restored, perhaps to be placed in use in a new location for pedestrians. However, the time frame to save this bridge may be limited, since the bridge is sitting on concrete abutments, with one of the abutments having a massive crack as the abutment slowly separates. Predictably, collapse was the ultimate result. The below photo shows the bridge in June 2019.
Photo Credit: Caleb Barker
This historic bridge has been demolished. This map is shown for reference purposes only.
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