Photo taken by Doug Kerr
I should mention I have visited both bridges in person at least twice, so I am not just speculating. Feel free to look at my photos.
I agree with Nathan; the bridge in the picture is the Tidioute Bridge. The Tidioute Bridge has large lattice portal bracing and is a Parker through truss, as evidenced by the polygonal upper chord. The Hunter Station Bridge has solid portal bracing and is a Pratt through truss with horizontal flat upper chord, as seen in the Street view.
This page and listing is for the Hunter Station Bridge. The single photo posted is the Tidioute Bridge. The photo needs to be moved or removed.
Last post states Bridge in photo not Hunters Station Bridge. I live in Tionesta and this does appear to be Hunters Station Bridge as evidenced by the Hunters Station Golf Course on the far end.
PennDOT must have decided Missouri was "having all the fun" blowing up historic spans.
By the way.....this isn't the right bridge
I saw a video of this being shot down so it's gone now.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW42bvbmJLk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW42bvbmJLk