This should be called the Stuart Road Bridge. Built in 1877 and rehabilitated in 2002. The Stuart Road Bridge is on the original footings in the original location still today Monday, November 14, 2011.
STUART ROAD BRIDGE
“SQUIRE WHIPPLE” BOWSTRING TRUSS DESIGN
MANUFACTURED BY THE KING IRON BRIDGE CO
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO, IT IS ON THE
STATE AND NATIONAL REGISTERS OF HISTORIC PLACES.
IN 2002 IT WAS RESTORED BY THE MONROE COUNTY DOT,
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FRIENDS OF THE STUART ROAD BRIDGE
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It appears that somewhere along the line, the arch segments, which Squire Whipple always built as interlocking iron castings, were replaced with either a single piece of steel or welded segments. Only the lower tension members are original in appearance.