Although this bridge has decorative balustrade railings and modest architectural treatment on its spandrel walls, these details do not appear to be composed of original material as there is evidence that newer concrete has been added to older concrete that can be seen under the bridge in the arch barrel. It is however possible that the existing railings and spandrel wall details maintain the original appearance and design of the bridge. In either case this is an old concrete arch bridge that looks attractive in its park setting.
A short distance down this road what appears to be a tiny bridge that appears to go over a creek or canal that has been filled in. The bridge does nothing now.
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