This is a traditionally composed pin-connected Pratt through truss railroad bridge, however one interesting detail is only the end diagonals are eyebars while the inner diagonals are built-up box beams. Currently, HistoricBridges.org only has a few overview photos of this bridge, which was visible from the Oregon side of the Columbia River. The bridge however appears to have several design similarities with this bridge which HistoricBridges.org fully documented.
The bridge appears to have been altered with the addition or replacement of modern counters at the center panels.
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