Got permission from the landowner who has been maintaining a trail to the bridge to go visit the derelict structure. It looks as though the road won't be used again anytime soon if its horrible condition is anything to go by. The bridge is in extremely rough shape, and even had some of its material stolen for scrap over the past several years. The decorative approaches are also quite interesting although covered by Virginia creeper and with saplings growing in pavement cracks. The man is very grateful that others are interested in the old structure and we talked for quite a while about the area's history. The bridge area is closed without permission due to littering and vandals.
Being closed, on an otherwise used road, AND very structurally deficient, I think this old and visually appealing bridge is a prime candidate for an emergency campaign to get it preserved/repaired/relocated before it's torn down; if it hasn't been removed already (I think it's still on Google Earth) I can't see it escaping the wrecking crew too much longer.