Thanks for the update. The southside used to be the easy way in but apparently not anymore. I suspect that this bridge may have been transitioned to private ownership. This happens frequently with bridges in Kansas. Of course, I would rather see a bridge become private then be demolished for no reason. At least this process does buy the bridge some time.
I am glad that I visited this bridge several years ago, even if I was not able to do a full and proper documentation.
This bridge is no longer accessible from the south side. There is a locked gate at 237th road.
To clarify, 2015 imagery. The road from the South is probably your best bet for a site visit, assuming that this one does not get transferred back to the landowner
The NBI has not evaluated this bridge for several years, but the most recent satellite imagery indicates that it is still standing. Looking at the imagery, and recalling my site visit, I would suggest approaching from the south.
Neosho County has a great collection of abandoned bridges, and this is one of them.