Here is a fine example of a 80 foot long pin-connected Pratt truss bridge crossing a small Creek in Northern Tulsa County. A date of 1936 is given for this bridge, indicating it was probably moved here in 1936, as the bridge is quite typical of those built circa 1910.
Above, I am not sure why this photo scanned in black and white, but it has been popular with visitors.
Below, a view looking through the bridge.
Above, Cambria Steel mark.
Below, heat must have been used to twist this square eyebar.
Above,a view along side . This is really a fine old bridge.