Though records give a date of 1930 fro the bridge presented here, the light construction suggests a date of 1920. Above, a through view of the span. It is 80-feet long and features a 13-foot wide wooden deck, typical of many small bridges built in the teens. Below, a side view. The span rests on concrete substructures.
Above, the mark of the Pennsylvania-based firm of Jones & Laughlin Steel.
Below, a deck view of the truss.
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