FROM THE 1996-2001 PENNSYLVANIA HISTORIC BRIDGE SURVEY:
The 1-span, 52'-long reinforced concrete arch bridge built in 1923 has paneled concrete parapets and spandrels. It is supported on concrete abutments with plain pilasters at the corners. Reinforced concrete arch bridges began appearing in numbers during the early 1910s in Pennsylvania, and by the 1920s were ubiquitous. This example has no individually distinguished features, it is, however, located in a PHMC-determined eligible historic district in Red Lion. The bridge dates from the district's period of significance and adds to the setting's historic significance. It is contributing.