Built in 1907, this is an early surviving example of a concrete arch bridge. With a ribbed design, it also displays an uncommon design. The bridge appears to be unaltered aside from some concrete patching on the railing.
Builder PlaqueBUILT BY
Commissioners PlaqueD.H. TRITLE COMR
R.O. PRATHER CLERK
G.A. KYNER ATTY.
Information and Findings From Pennsylvania's Historic Bridge Inventory
Discussion of Bridge
The 3-span, ribbed, closed spandrel, reinforced concrete arch bridge is listed in the National Register. There has been no change in the bridge's status since the previous survey. The arch ribs have spalls with exposed rebars. The parapets have numerous concrete patches, most of which appear to predate the previous survey.
Discussion of Surrounding Area
The bridge carries a single lane of traffic over a stream in a rural setting of active farms. The Pennsylvania Turnpike is located approximately 300' to the south.
Bridge Considered Historic By Survey: Yes
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