Thanks for that...
This is a fantastic preservation example! I am dealing with a bridge in British Columbia that was moved over just like this, but in that case so the historic bridge could serve as a temporary bridge until a replacement bridge is complete. Problem with British Columbia is that they want to demolish the historic bridge after the new bridge is built which is pointless and stupid.
Also, I added the NBI data for the truss bridge in so you have construction date and structure length info. Its hard to find because the 1992 NBI Import feature doesn't work on BridgeHunter, because there is an error in the 1992 Wisconsin Inventory. I was able to recover the data from my copy of the 1997 Wisconsin Inventory. I am attaching my detailed NBI sheet for this bridge to this post, for additional reference.
Robert Thompson, you may want to refine and update your design and description comments to reflect the newly found data on the bridge.
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