Built Circa 1910 for the Saint Louis-San Francisco (Frisco) Railroad, this bridge now handles traffic for BNSF Railroad.
Above, a view, looking east, through the bridge. The span is of all riveted construction. Short trestle approaches flank the mainspan on each end.
Below, standing on the deck looking through the bridge.
Above, a detail of the upper laterals, sway braces, and portal frames.
Below, a side view of the bridge. This bridge is similar to one in Jackson County, which was also a Frisco bridge.
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