Thank you for this information. I will update the page accordingly.
understand that this is three spans of the five span Griffinstien bridge From Wichita KS. It was on Wiley Street between Central Riverside park and North Riverside Park between 1909 and 1963. moved to present location and opened in 1965.
closed on 6-27-2012
I went and looked at this bridge 4-12. The information I got on this bridge was it was moved to this location from wichita when the private lake was built. The gentleman claimed it was moved and set up by an engineering firm to bridge the public road over the private lake. When the job was done it was given to the county. It certainly has the look of being messed with and the cement peer it sets on looks newer than the bridge. The date was suposed to be around 1960.
This bridge has been confirmed extant. I photographed this bridge on 10 July 2010. This bridge does not appear in recent NBI listings, and it appears to be a UCEB in aerial views. Thus, it had been previously declared lost.
Photographs to come...
It appears that this lost bridge has come back! Apparently, we have witnessed another amazing example of the re-appearance of a Kansas Bridge.
This bridge likely carried road 19 across Tanglewood Lake on the North Caney Creek. Information for this bridge was taken from kansasgis.org. This bridge is almost certainly lost.