This bridge is a good representative example of a concrete t-beam bridge in Chester County. It has solid parapet railings with inset rectangles. Like many bridges in the county the concrete bridge actually sits on stone abutments.
Information and Findings From Pennsylvania's Historic Bridge Inventory
Discussion of Bridge
The one-span, 42'-long, reinforced concrete T beam bridge has concrete parapets, and is supported on stone abutments topped by stone parapets. The bridge was built in 1921 by the county, and is an example of the standard T beam bridge type that was used throughout the state from the 1910s through the 1950s. This example has no noteworthy or uncommon features. It is one of over 2351
Discussion of Surrounding Area
The bridge carries a 2 lane road over a stream in a sparsely developed, rural area with scattered 20th-century residences. The setting does not appear to have historic district potential.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: No
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