Built in 1911 by the Vincennes Bridge Company, of Vincennes Indiana, this 80-foot long riveted Warren pony truss bridge is very similar to another Muskogee County bridge built in 1914 by the Missouri Valley Bridge & Iron Co. Above, an overview of the bridge, looking through it. Below, Cambria Steel mark on a channel. We are speculating that this bridge may have been designed by a county engineer.
Above and below, detail views of a truss. The profile of the top chord in this bridge is rather akward.
Above, a bridge hunter standing at the middle of the bridge serves as a scale. Below, another view of this unusual span.
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