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Views under bridge.
Top chord connections.
Bottom chord connections.
Views of sections of the truss as viewed from on bridge.
Views of sections of the truss as viewed from beside bridge.
Center lock. Typically in a double leaf bascule as seen here, the center lock consists of one bascule leaf called the diaphragm leaf and the jaw leaf. When the bridge is lowered, the jaw leaf is lowered all the way, with the diaphragm leaf left up slightly. When the jaw leaf is down, the diaphragm leaf can be lowered and its portion of the lock slides into place inside the jaw leaf.
Deck stringers and floorbeam.
Lateral bracing connection.
Views showing restored railing.
Looking down between the truss and sidewalk on the lower level.