I recently kayaked out to this bridge and found it to be a really neat sight as you make your way around the bend in the river. Correct me if I am wrong, but I'm pretty sure this is a Pennsylvania truss. It's probably the second longest fixed truss span in the state (which has almost zero truss bridges), after the Cape Fear River bridge on Tar Heel Ferry Road (NC 1316). Supposedly this is the bridge's final year, so take any photos of it soon! I will try to get some shots of the portal and plaque another time. It really disgusts me how this state, which has so few interesting bridges, has squandered the ones it has. Not surprisingly, this part of the river will be a lesser place with a UCEB. And the detour won't be very fun either, as the nearest crossing is a ferry, while the closest fixed crossings are in Wilmington and Elizabethtown. If only they had maintained it! As the pictures show, it probably hasn't had a thing done to it since 1952.