Built in 1955, this modern truss span consists of two 100-foot long pony spans and a single 140-foot long K-truss.
Access to a boat dock at a neighboring marina allowed easy access for a good side view of the bridge, as the above photo illustrates. Although you might think the bridge stands high above the water to allow water craft to cross under easily, look at the high water stain on the bridge's pier.
Below, a deck view close-up of the truss. Note the absence of the horizontal strut thru the middle of the center X, which is commonly seen on other bridges of this type.