This bridge is an example of a 1920s reinforced concrete slab. It retains original solid concrete paneled railings and a bronze county plaque. The concrete has had a protective sealant placed on it, giving it a white appearance.
Information and Findings From Pennsylvania's Historic Bridge Inventory
Discussion of Bridge
The 2 span, 36'-long, reinforced concrete slab bridge with paneled parapets is supported on a concrete substructure. Built in 1924, it is an example of a very common bridge type that was used with great frequency from the late 1910s through the 1950s. It is one of over 750
Discussion of Surrounding Area
The bridge carries a 2 lane road over a stream in a rural area of active farms and scattered late-20th century residences. The bridge is located about 1/4 mile northwest of Lincoln University campus. The setting does not appear to have historic district potential.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: No
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