Built in 1911, this 40-foot riveted pony truss stands on a road near historic Ft. Gibson. No record exists documenting who built it, but the remaining plaque does list county officials important to the bridge's construction, below.
Above, a side view of this small structure. This is an excellent example of a small riveted Warren pony truss. Below, a close view showing construction details, such as the interesting mix of batten plates and lacing.
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