This small riveted plate girder bridge appears to be an relocated and reused railway bridge. The original floorbeams are not present, and instead railway rails themselves were adapted for use as floorbeams. The bridge in its unknown previous location may have carried a railway line, or it might have been a highway over railway overpass bridge that was designed by the railway. There are some drilled holes on the top chord of the girder which may indicate a railing was once mounted on top. Length given is a very rough estimate.
This bridge is on a private road, but is right next to a public road.
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