I like it.
You are right about it not being historic. But then neither is the new I-70 bridge in St. Louis.
However, the banner at the top of the webpage states "historic and notable bridges". So we agree it isn't historic - so now we just have to argue about it being "notable". *smiles*
I found it fascinating that to cross the ditch someone chose a truss, not a stringer or culvert. And not a prefabricated truss, but a simple design that's simple to construct out of common materials. Sure, it's not as exciting as the Babylon Bend bridge, but since it caught _my_ interest I figured it might interest others too.
Is this really necessary? It's scrap-lumber across a ditch. Nothing remotely historic here.