Candy Creek Bridge, Osage County

Built in 1941, this is one of three nearly identical curved-top Warren ponies in Osage County. The others are in Fairfax, and at Hulah Lake.

Above is a view through the structure. The truss span is 110-feet in length. Below, a side view of the truss.

Above, Lackawanna Steel mark. Below, deck view of the truss.

Above and below, two additional angled views of this interesting bridge. The odd spread of dates the three examples of this bridge was constructed lead us to believe that this span was moved here from another location, a common occurrence in the strained years of the 30's and 40's.


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