Note: Lengths given are very rough estimates.
This bridge is located down a trail that leads away from rural Hyers Road. The bridge sits on steel bents and has a crude wooden walkway ramp leading up to the bridge deck. The bridge has a sign in front stating it is private property. It appears to be a highway bridge that was relocated here by a private landowner for their use. The original location of the bridge is not known. The top chord and end post of the bridge is composed of a pair of angles with cover plate. The diagonal and vertical members are also composed of a pair of angles, with either v-lacing or battens depending on the member.
This bridge is posted as private property.
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