Above and below, records give a date of 1930 for this bridge, but 1910 or even 1920 seem more appropriate given its construction. It consists of a 60 foot riveted Warren pony and a 30 foot steel stringer span. The center pier is made up of wooden piles with a cap of paired channels.
Above, a view of the center pier. As you can see, each of the piles has been sistered with steel for added support. Below, looking through the bridge from the opposite end as the first photo.