Located near Bristow, this little 56-foot riveted Pratt pony truss now stands on a stretch of Old US 66 that now serves as a county road.
Below, this narrow bridge was built in 1925. Rivet holes in the endposts suggest a plaque like the one on this bridge built by JB Klein Iron Works. This view is looking eastbound.
Above, a view of the truss. Cut bracket plates were seen on the bridge that indicate it had lattice railing at one time.
Below, I really don't want to see what happened to whatever it was that hit the bridge hard enough to do this.
Below, bridge hunter Ken Parker stands as a scale on the bridge. This is one of the smallest standard-plan pony spans we've seen on old US 66.
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