Built in 1908, only a year after statehood, this 50-foot pin-connected queen-post pony truss crosses Bear Creek near Garber. Above, looking north through the span. Below, Carnegie steel mark found on the endpost channel.
Above, interesting "turndown" detail on the end of the bridge's railing.
Below, angled view of truss and approach. The stringer approach is 30 feet long.
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