US 64 White Horse Creek, Woods County.

Built in 1931, this 80-foot long riveted Parker pony truss span still carries traffic in a very scenic part of Oklahoma. The view of the bridge above only hints of the scenic nature of the vicinity. This view is looking east.

Below, the brass Federal Aid Project shield, located on the abutment.

Above, a side view of the span.

Above, an angle view looking east. Below, a view of the truss from the deck. This span still has most of its early 1930's era features, such as the lattice railings, FAP marker, and original deck, though the condition of the concrete deck leaves much to be desired.

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