OK 28 Pryor Creek, Mayes County

Built in 1938 by C. K. Howard and Co., this bridge consists of a 100-foot Parker pony span and three steel stringer approach spans. The approach spans all have what we've come to call the concrete "fence" style guard rails.

Above, an overview of the structure. The bridge's overall length is 275 feet. Below, a close view of the pony truss. This truss type is a popular type in Oklahoma, used throughout the state.

Above, deck view looking through the bridge. It is remarkable to see all the steel and concrete work in such good condition. Below, a steel stringer flood relief structure near the bridge.

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