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Rehabilitation plaque. Note: If you are looking for photos of the original builder plaque please see the details photo gallery for the bridge prior to rehabilitation.
Dedication plaque, placed following rehabilitation.
1963 date written into concrete abutment, likely indicating when the abutment was repaired.
Top chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Top chord connections as viewed from on bridge.
Bottom chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Bottom chord connections as viewed from on bridge.
Lateral bracing connections to strut.
Lateral bracing connections to portal bracing.
Diagonal and counter intersections with vertical.
Cast iron guide and nut for counter at vertical member intersection.
Cast iron guide for diagonal member at intersection point.
Turnbuckles on hip vertical.
Diagonal member detail.
Turnbuckles on diagonal members.
Turnbuckle on lateral bracing.
Section of replaced vertical member. Note the US Steel brand mark.
Number on bottom chord.
Top chord batten.
A crack is visible in the cover plate at the base of this end post.
Floorbeam and hanger details.
Portal bracing details.
2009 Rehabilitation: This was a modest rehabilitation project, not a complete comprehensive restoration. This deck stringer had an isolated area of complete section loss, but was not repaired or replaced, because it simply was not a major issue to the structural integrity of the bridge.
2009 Rehabilitation: In contrast to the previous photos, this photo shows a stringer that does appear to have been replaced. It is white instead of blue.