Built in 1930, this 80-foot riveted Pratt pony truss carried OK 33 until the early 1980's. Below, is a view through the structure looking west.
Above, the bridge's Federal Aid Project plaque. Unfortunately, all of the data stampings have been worn off.
Below, an on-deck close-up of the truss. Note the lattice-type safety guards.
Above, a view of the truss span from the side. This was a standard design that seemed to fall out of general use on highways after 1930, but was still built on county roads afterwards.
The views above and below highlight the damage that was done to the approach span railings. Anyone care to guess how this happened?