Moved here in 1992, this 100-foot Parker pony appears to have been taken from a larger structure. Above, looking through the bridge. With its 24-foot wide concrete deck, this sap is typical of those built in the 1930's and 1940's for state highways.
Below, a side view.
Above and below, the guard rail from opposite end of the bridge. The end shown above joined another span, while the end shown below was the abutment end of the bridge in this span's original structure.
Above, a deck view of the truss. This demonstrates the adaptability and versatility of the truss bridge.
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