Great find, James! I'll have to go check it out in person soon. I'm only about 30 minutes away.
This is perhaps one of the most awesome and interesting finds that I have made recently. I am also requesting help here. When I first saw this bridge I thought it was just an old concrete stringer with interesting lamp posts, and unless someone takes the time to look at the bridge one would not think otherwise. Upon closer inspection, though, I found that the concrete part of the bridge hides a much older and mysterious "medieval" type stone arch structure. The bridge plaque on the lamp posts dates to 1935 but I believe that this is a rehabilitation date when the bridge was widened using the concrete facade. I am wondering if my theory is correct? If so, then I am going on to wonder how old is the stone arch part of the bridge? Can anyone help here or take a guess? This bridge is not on the NBI so that makes things even more interesting.