Situated on a Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad line, this
railroad bridge is a breathtaking pin connected truss bridge, and is very tall. As a surviving pin-connected Whipple railroad truss bridge, it is a very rare and highly significant historic bridge. The two span bridge also has a smaller
Pratt through truss span as well. The bridge features an ornate portal bracing design, something not often seen in railroad bridges. This difficult to photo bridge is visible from the nearby Mahoning Avenue Viaduct.
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