The bridge carries one railroad track (FG&A , then SAL and now CSX RR) over a discontinued local street in a small state park on the south/east bank of the Flint River in Bainbridge. With a mid-road bent, the roadway divides to pass under the bridge. The bridge is an approach for a 1913 swing span railroad bridge over the river. There are fixed highway span bridges up and down stream, and the swing span is not longer operated. It does, however, service an active rail line. This bridge is part of the south 15-span approach to the swing span over the river. There are fixed spans upstream and downstream of this bridge and another swing span railroad bridge upstream .7 mile.
The "bridge" included in the NBIS database consists of spans 10 and 11of the 15-span reinforced concrete slab south approach to a riveted Parker thru truss rim-bearing swing span. The overall length is 1,483'. There are built-up stringer approach spans on both sides of the swing span, and the north approach consists of 30 all- timber unit stringer spans. The pivot pier and end piers for the swing span are built up circular caissons. The slab spans are supported on 4-column concrete bents, and each 15'-long span provides a 14'-wide roadway for one-directional traffic. There are no railings. The swing span is sealed, and operating machinery that could be removed has been. The swing span is inoperable, but the truss bridge is not altered.