This state standard 100-foot Parker Pony truss with steel stringer approaches was built in 1937 by J. W. Hopper, and appears to have been recently repainted.
Above, a view looking north. Not only has the bridge been repainted, but the original concrete "fence" style guards have been hacked off and replaced by more modern style ones. The paint is still shiny.
Above, a general view along side the bridge. Notice how the original concrete below the new guards is noticeably darker than the new concrete.
Below, a close up of the truss. This truss is in excellent shape and a good example of the longevity of this type.
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