This bridge is a later but excellent example of a bridge designed by the Luten Bridge Company. The plaque on the bridge does not specify which Luten Bridge Company was responsible; there were a number of companies authorized to use the Luten patent in the United States and several of them operated under this name. The bridge is largely unaltered including original railing, with the exception that a section of railing was cut out of the bridge to provide an entrance to an adjacent parking garage that is next to the bridge.
This bridge is tagged with the following special condition(s): Luten
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