Built in 1930, this 160' thru Parker carries a rural road across the North Canadian River. This bridge is located near Geary, just two miles east and two miles south of the Blaine County line. Below, a view thru the bridge, looking east. This bridge is in very good condition.
Below, a view from inside the bridge. Note the very open appearance of the steel work.
Below, a back-view of the portal.
Below, a side view of the bridge. This particular type of bridge design was used throughout Oklahoma in the 1920's and early 30's.
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