For decades, this beautiful stone arch bridge has sat between two other historic bridges, the Tyrone Forge Viaduct and the Ironville Arch Bridge, forming a beautiful group of historic bridges of varying structure types. This bridge remains active continuing to serve Norfolk Southern trains. The stone arch portion of the bridge appears to remain intact. The bridge does appear to have been widened by a small amount at some point with concrete. As such non-original concrete is present at the piers and along the top edge of the bridge. Metal beams have also been added to the arch to strengthen and stabilize it.
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