File:Riley Creek Bridge 170 from S.jpg
Photo taken by Wikipedia user Ammodramus
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BH Photo #275292
Satellite imagery confirms that this bridge is extant. Republic County chose to bypass it with a new bridge, but leave the historic bridge standing.
Correction to previous comment:
The truss bridge may be to the east of the modern concrete bridge, not to the west.
This bridge, along with the nearby East Riley Creek Bridge are probably among the very last bridges built by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
NRHP application form (PDF) with bridge location circled near bottom left corner.
According to the KSHS website, there are two bridges over Riley Creek less then 1/2 mile apart. Both were constructed in 1899 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. http://khri.kansasgis.org/index.cfm?tab=as
I have not visited these bridges, and but I have just added this bridge to the site based on the KSHS site and on Google Maps and Terraserver which indicate a modern concrete bridge and perhaps a truss bridge immediately to the west. The KSHS page for this particular bridge is http://khri.kansasgis.org/index.cfm?tab=details&in=157-0000-...
The other WIBC bridge, the East Riley Creek Bridge has already been listed on this site. It also has a KSHS page http://khri.kansasgis.org/index.cfm?tab=details&in=157-0000-...