Photo taken by Sheldon Wiens in July 2011
BH Photo #205501
I honestly think it was there and it was inundated when the dam/whatever was built.
Just a thought, but these look like the top of the railings, and the culvert is most likely intact. It appears as though wingwalls are present, which leads me to believe that these are the typical type of railings that are no more than six inches to a foot tall, so I'd be willing to bet that the water is shallow enough (between the railings, at least) to wade through with waterproof boots without getting wet.
Was it inundated or did it just collapse?
I don't know if this bridge is actually a concrete culvert, or if it's just the foundation of the bridge. My dad says he used to cross it before it was abandoned. He said that it had a wooden deck and the bridge was a steel beam. I don't really have any idea what design this bridge is. I was about to go into the water to feel the bridge, but then knew I didn't have the right clothes on for that.
I'd say this falls into the "submerged" category