Built in 1932, this bridge consists of four riveted Parker pony spans of state standard design. The two middle spans are each 100 feet long, while the flanking spans are 80 feet long. The bridge is located on the old highway alignment just west of Cache. Total length of the structure is 369 feet. Above, the difference in size is easily discernable in this rare combination of 80 and 100-foot spans.
Below, The brass Federal Aid Project plaque, located on the wing wall posts.
Above, a deck view of the trusses.
Below, view from along side the bridge.
Above, another view looking east. Overall the bridge is in good condition, and an unusual grouping of spans.
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