Wild Horse Creek Bridge, Payne Co.

This sturdy, 60-foot Riveted Warren truss straddles Wildhorse creek on Country Club Road in southern Payne County

Above, an angle view of the bridge. Records show this bridge was moved here in 1938.

Below, don't let its diminutive size fool you, this bridge is stout. What you see here is an oilfield tanker truck.

Below, a typical upper chord connection. Note the square-head bolts.

Below, a close side angle view of the truss. The upper chord is two laced channels with a cover plate, the lower is, as is often seen in light bridges, two angles with tie-plates between them.

Above, another "action shot" of the bridge at work.