This page features a very interesting pin-connected Pratt pony truss built in 1902. The bridge is 60 feet in length and features floor beams above the lower chord, and wooden stringers. The bridge is located south of Chandler. This bridge is the oldest in Lincoln County.
Above, a general view of the bridge. The trusses are very deep. below, an underside view. Note the well-constructed stone abutment that the bridge sits on. The stringers are 3" by 14" wooden beams spanning 15 feet between floorbeams.