Photo taken by Tom Hall in July 2007
This bridge has been demolished. Its replacement is a girder structure but they did try to emulate some of the railing of the old bridge.
Here is one I discovered in Richmond, Indiana this summer. It is long abandoned and missing many of the balusters but is still quite a site. The railing on the Southeast corner extends off of the bridge an amazing 150 feet.
Ah, yes, balustrade railing with urn-shaped balusters. Very rare indeed on bridges today. In my state of Michigan, we used to have a lot in Wayne County (Detroit), as well as in Flint, but most of this has been destroyed. Surviving examples tend to suffer from missing balusters, which seems to be the case with this bridge here as well.
On an unrelated sidenote, one of the best places to see this railing design preserved is in Chicago along Wacker Drive and the associated stairways that adjoin the many historic bascule bridges along Wacker Drive.
This type of decorative railing is becoming rare. It's nice to see some here even in poor condition.