"The bridge is part of Lenawee County's local roadway system which primarily serves existing agricultural development and related traffic. The bridge is a steel camelback, pony truss, structure with pinned connections. It is one of three bridges of similar design known to exist within the State of Michigan.
"An evaluation (1989) advised replacement of the bridge. To mitigate the adverse effect, the State Historic Preservation Officer stipulated documentation of design elements of the bridge. This documentation was undertaken to fulfill the above stipulation.
Gerald L. Adams
Westshore Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
Consultants to the Lennawee County Road Commission
(I would describe this as a pin-connected, 5-panel Parker half-hip pony truss -- James Baughn)