This bridge is a small but unaltered example of a concrete arch bridge in Pennsylvania. With a 1909 construction date, it is among the earliest surviving concrete arch bridges in this region, and for this reason, the bridge has added historic significance.
Information and Findings From Pennsylvania's Historic Bridge Inventory
Discussion of Bridge
The 65' long and 15.8' wide reinforced concrete deck arch bridge was built in 1909 and is finished with paneled parapets and concrete wingwalls. Toe walls for scour protection have been placed. The bridge is one of the earliest complete examples of its technology in the region, and it is historically and technologically significant.
Discussion of Surrounding Area
The bridge carries 1 lane of a road over a stream in a rural area of woods and fields.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: Yes
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