Photo taken by Nick Schmiedeler in April 2017
BH Photo #385866
A really nice and rather long Warren pony. Here again we see the unusual center horizontal "member" that is likely just a low-budget guardrail... Or is it?
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This is an interesting little bridge. I would guess that ca. 1915 - 1925 is a good rough estimate for a construction date.
It reminds me a bit of this one, only as a Warren instead of a modified Pratt.
Both of these bridges have a "railing" that is integrated into the verticals.
This one is in a beautiful spot, looks like locals may still use the bridge actually to get across and avoid the low water crossing during heavy rainfalls. Pretty solid design, concrete slab pony and abutments....neat and a little unusual
This bridge does not appear in the KHRI nor NBI databases. Aerial imagery indicates a long-abandoned pony truss that has been bypassed by a low-water crossing. Have a look...