The photos are ambiguous, so it's not clear whether it's a slab or T-beam. Certainly not an arch structurally.
Why is this listed as a concrete arch?
While I couldn't see what Daniel was referring to I was around the area so snapped some photos to give folks an idea of what the bridge looks like from ground view. Technically, this trail is not complete; however I have seen people use it. To the east, after it crosses Fogeslanger Road, the trail picks up at the park there off Britton Road.
Your right, its built on the foundations of the signal that once stood here. It's also a neat looking little bridge over the rail trail, sadly nothing of the original signals remain unless you walk down the path where I did find a mile marker and some rail spikes in the brush.
I think it just reused the footings of the signal bridge
Daniel, When you say its built on "remains of the signal posts" are you essentially saying this bridge is using old salvaged riveted built-up beams, perhaps with v-lacing and lattice? If that is the case, I would have to say, that would indeed be interesting. I would like to see some actual photos of this, if that is the case.
Its built on the remains of the signal posts for the old R&R, that's pretty historic.
So sorry guys , I had overlooked this one so...POOP QUAKE !!!
I agree; nothing noteworthy or significant about this one. With that, I have to say, "MODERN/NOT HISTORIC"
Lame. If Sheldon added this bridge everyone would be going "Poop Quake." or "MODERN! NOT HISTORIC!" But since someone else added it gets a free pass.