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View beside bridge from northeast quadrant.
View beside bridge showing truss spans from northeast quadrant.
Views beside bridge showing truss spans from northwest quadrant.
Top chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Bottom chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Top chord connections at ends of suspended span (note pin) as viewed from beside bridge.
Bottom chord connections at ends of suspended span (note pin) as viewed from beside bridge.
View from northwest quadrant showing unusual truss detail where the roadway widens at the southern end.
Northern girder approach spans.
View beside a girder span.
Views under girder spans. Note how the structure is configured as two parallel girder superstructures.
Girder detail, showing suspended span bearing on cantilever arm.
Alteration: lighting support.
View under girder spans showing bracing.
Cantilevered deck brackets.
What is this rusty substructure cabinet? Its none other than "PennDOT's Compartment." The sign says so! What lurks within? Electrical equipment? Or could this be where PennDOT stores its secret plans to demolish every historic bridge in Pennsylvania?
If you are photographing this bridge and suddenly get an urge to take your car apart, this sign suggests that you might want to rethink that idea.