This is a very late example of a rivet-connected Parker through truss bridge.
It still has the general appearance of a riveted Parker truss such as those
built in earlier decades. However, the lack of v-lacing or lattice, and use of
punched holes in the plate of built-up beams is a traditional aspect of mid 20th
century truss bridges. However, Oregon is unusual in that engineers like Conde
McCullough in some of their bridge designs got away from using v-lacing and
lattice in steel bridges decades earlier, so in the context of Oregon, this
bridge's lack of v-lacing or lattice was not a new development in the 1950s.
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