Photo taken by Nick Schmiedeler in January 2017
BH Photo #374955
Excellent. It is good that you were able to get their blessing to enter. Looks like a 6 panel pin-connected Pratt through truss. I would guess that it was built ca. 1900.
The stone abutment on this one are especially nice.
Communicated with locals to visit this one today - gorgeous spot, awesome old Pratt, love the curved abutments, great KS survivor
I tried to visit this bridge last month. The road is now gated and is private. Although the gates were open, I did not enter as I did not have permission from the landowner.
My Abandoned Truss Detector is sounding the alarm again.
This bridge does not appear in the NBI nor in the KSHS listings.
From the aerial imagery, it appears to be a lightweight through truss, with probably 6 panels. It is most likely of the Pratt configuration, though a field check is needed to determine that. No portal details are visible in Google Earth.
This bridge should be relatively easy to access for a field check. I will be putting it on my list.