The left satellite image is of the whole bridge; it spans a wide flood plane. The right image zooms down to the swing span over the normal river channel. Bridge Hunter talked about a swing span, but even after looking at the street view, I did not believe that was a swing span truss.But seeing the HAER photos show that it is a swing span even though it doesn't have the "tower" that is normally in the span where it sets on the pier. The new bridge was built in 1986, so obviously by then there was no need to swing the span since there was no room to do so. The old bridge was supposed to have be torn down after the new one was built, but traffic was heavy enough that they kept both bridges until 2016. In 2016 they closed the old bridge, blew it up, and started on a replacement bridge. In the flood video below you can see construction activity on the new bridge.
|HAER ARK,61-POCA,1--3 from LoC|
|Screenshot from video|