North side. Note skew angle.
Photo taken by Robert Elder in August 2008
BH Photo #122388
Funny commercial worth reposting. Just insert "bridge" for "fridge".
Great news, Becky! This bridge had been reported as lost, so I am thrilled to hear that it still exists.
Because this is a skewed stone arch bridge, it may be an extremely rare example of a helicoidal arch bridge. One would have to look under the corrugated steel to know for sure.
This bridge still exists! I came across the website today and went by the bridge this afternoon. I will try and get an updated photo this winter.
I am beginning to wonder if this bridge was constructed with a helicoidal arch. I am curious because it was built with a heavy skew.
I do not know if this bridge still exists. The satellite imagery is ambiguous. The bridge was being considered for replacement in 2008.
Google Earth has just released the latest imagery for this area. It is hard to tell if this bridge has been replaced. From the air it looks like a UCEB might be in place, but the old bridge also looks like a UCEB from the air.
Although this is an extremely rare example of a skewed stone arch bridge, the county is planning to demolish and replace it in the near future. Unfortunately, the wing walls are cracked and the foundation is being undermined. The bridge is being studied to determine if it is historic and should be preserved.