Th upper deck was also supported by long approach spans, and a Lenticular Pony Truss which bridged an adjacent canal on the eastern bank.
I came across a bit of information which had me editing an older blog entry. It also led to the collection of enough information to recently add The McGregor here.
The Blog piece, while more about the history of the crossing than that of The McGregor, it does hold additional information, not seen here on the data page.
For those interested in the history of BIBCO, it also pictures a company advertisement which seems to be the only image of this bridge where its structure can be seen in its entirety.