This bridge is one of the last truss bridges in Norfolk County that remains open to vehicular traffic. The bridge appears to have been maintained in a better condition than some of the other truss bridges in Norfolk County. However, that said, now would be a good time to plan for a cleaning and repainting project on this bridge, since rust is starting to show through the paint.
A newspaper gave a 1930 construction date for this bridge. This date seems a little late for this style of bridge, a narrow one-lane bridge with lightweight members composed of rolled angles. However, it is possible the truss was relocated from elsewhere to this site in 1930.
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