This bridge includes two through truss main spans, and on either side there is a pony truss approach span, then there are a series of short trestle-style approach spans. This bridge has an unusual detail. All the truss
spans look stylistically the same, except that the northern through truss span is pin-connected. The reason for this difference is not clear. It could be that this span is older, reused from another location, or that the riveted through
truss span replaced a pin-connected span that was destroyed somehow. The plaque on the pony truss span was hard to see, but it appeared to indicate Fort Pitt Bridge Works with an 1899 date.
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