Built in 1933 by R. R. Tway Inc., this 100-foot Parker pony truss and approaches stands northeast of Pawhuska.
Above, looking south, an overview of the bridge. Note the snow on the hillsides. This is as close to an Oklahoma Bridges winter picture as I have gotten! Below, side view looking south. The north end of the bridge has 2 approach spans, while the south only has one. All concrete work appears to be in good condition.
Above, the nearly illegible Federal Aid Project plaque. Below, a close view of the truss span.
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