Photo taken by James McCray in June 2013
BH Photo #257434
There is actually a whole categorization system for Bailey trusses, that is not currently integrated into the BridgeHunter system (but you can add it manually in the design details box). This bridge is a single truss single story truss. I found a detailed Army publication that tells you everything you ever wanted to know and more about a Bailey truss. Any bridge not following these design specifications is not a true Bailey truss.
It is a Bailey truss.
The panels have a "diamond" between the verticals. It's actually a square with a corner down.
Note on photo #8 (no title, no caption, file 257441-L.jpg) the joint between to panels is clear. Each panel has an end vertical. Those joined by the pin visible at the top.
Photo #14 (no title, no caption, file 257447-L.jpg) shows the point-down squares inside flat squares that is the defining characteristic of a Bailey truss.
As far as the age, a Bailey truss is easy to assemble, disassemble, and move so it's quite possible it was erected here in 1990 but the components are WWII vintage.
I'm pretty sure that's a Bailey truss.
Wonder what this bridge is? I think it is a Bailey Truss, but not sure. Need more imput.
Anyway I do not think that the NBI build date is correct. It seems to be much older than the stated year and I guess that the build year is a rehab year. Anyway, if this bridge is 4 years old then it has really gone downhill!