This is an abandoned truss bridge that has become very overgrown. In general, the bridge is traditionally composed. However it has a noteworthy skew which is uncommon among pin connected truss bridges. Also, the lattice
railing on the bridge has an unusual decorative star detail. Additionally, the ends of the railing terminate with a decorative half circle section of plate. The star detail is quite unusual and distinctive, yet it is not known if a
particular bridge builder favored this detail. The bridge over Munnell Run was built by Sharpsville Steam Boiler Works of Sharpsville, Pennsylvania and that bridge's railing also
terminates in the half circle plate, however the railing does not have the star detail. Could these two bridges have been built by the same company?
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