Currently undergoing extensive restoration, and closed to the public for the next little while. Major overhaul of deck boards, mostly.
Also something interesting I just learned but should've known by now based on descriptions... only one of the piers is original to the bridge - the middle one; the rest were added in the 1970s when the bridge was restored the first time. The one original pier, upon close inspection, does look older than the rest, being moss-covered and more massive. It's hard to fathom crossing it when it was only two spans. http://www.lostbridges.org/images/al-22-01_rd.jpg
I have literally dozens, if not hundreds, of digital photos of this bridge, the quintessential 'covered bridge' we as a family used to visit every year or so. I'll find the best and post them here.