I remember this bridge very well, and I certainly do not miss it. It was so narrow that everytime you met a tractor-trailer rig on it you had to wonder that you didn't scrape the truck's side or the bridge's side, lol
These are not K-Parker through trusses, although the Parker spans do resemble K-Parkers.
In the 1920's and 30's, Tennessee utilized the K-span concept to strengthen the state's longer Parker spans, but for financial reasons, did not incorporate the entire design into the superstructures.
The spans that look like K-Parkers, are actually called "K-hybrids."
This bridge structure is exactly like the Marion Memorial Bridge in Marion County, Tennessee, which is still standing (see listing).
Tennessee did not have any official K-Parker spans.