Built in 1920, this is nearly as small as truss bridges can get. At only 2 panels in length, this bridge is just barely 30 feet long.
Located near Stroud, this sturdy riveted steel span carries traffic across this small creek. This bridge is nearly identical to the Doise Creek bridge 1 mile north.
Above, side view of truss as seen from bridge deck. Below, damage done to lower chord. This may be due to flood debris striking the bridge, or compressive loads being placed on the lower chord.