Photo taken by Nick Schmiedeler in January 2017
BH Photo #376617
The galvanized steel culverts may have been installed at the rehab 65 years ago. As thin as the arches are I suspect the original structure was heavily rebuilt at that time. The steel probably salvaged rather than defaced in this case.
Many a stone arch spans have been "Ugli-fied" by the addition of corrugated ring liners! }:-[
Maybe there's some confusion on this one? Here is the three- arch stone bridge that is at that exact location, tiny thing just a few feet high. Possibly referring to a different one and/or incorrect pin?
It has been a few years since I have driven this road, but am relatively certain this bridge was still here ca. 2005, and the 2012 NBI does not indicate that it has been replaced recently.
My suspicion is the bridge is extant.
I am trying to remember this bridge. I ran the roads around Humboldt over 30 years ago. Is there a picture to post? A few years back while I was driving around in the area I was disappointed that the 7-arch bridge had been demolished and replaced with one of concrete. Sad how old relics of character like that have to go..............
I have driven over this bridge many times, completely aware of what was underneath.