Photo taken by Brad
Thanks for that information.
I grew up less than 6 miles from this bridge and just recently stopped to view it again. Inscribed on both ends of the bridge at the top arch stone is the year 1880 not 1902 as stated in your description. This coincides with the building of the railroad starting in 1878. I stepped off the length at about 80' not including the wing walls. My great uncle was a stone mason and helped build it. It is in excellent condition for being 132 years old. John Friske