This 70-foot long Pratt Pony truss was built in 1930 by L. S. Fisher for US Highway 66, and now sits adjacent to I-40.
Above, a view through the bridge. Lucille's famous store is just on the other side of the hill in the background. Because of its proximity to the interstate, the old US 66 alignment is a frontage road.
Above, a flat side view of the bridge. The proportions and design of this bridge make it a Pratt, and not a Warren.
Above, a close-up of the bearing pin and end-post to lower-chord connection.
Below, an overview of the bridge from below.
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