Built in 1920, this riveted Pratt pony spans this little creek near Kendrick. Below, the bridge stands at an angle to the east-west road it serves, to cross the creek at right angles. The bridge features steel stringer approaches at each end and a main span of 60 feet.
Above, viewed from the side, you can see the riveted tubular steel piers that the bridge stands on. These piers are filled with concrete and braced with diagonal tension rods. Below, the Jones & Laughlin Steel Co. mark on the upper chord.
Above, extensive use of lacing on web members and upper chord. Below, looking straight through the bridge. Overall, this veteran is in good serviceable condition.