The bridge viewed from the Lower Scioto Greenway on the north bank of the river.
There was a grassy embankment accessible from the trail. This shows the V-lattice compression members quite well.
It is newer than pin-connected, but it does have rivets.
And concrete does require some tender loving care.
On my way back to my van on Neil Avenue, I encountered a well maintained NS/Pennsy overpass. Since those are rather rare, I took some photos.
The paint droppings are still rather fresh.
Since this CSX/C&O/Hocking Valley overpass over Goodale Blvd represents a more typical level of maintenance, why did I take photos of it? I took them because you can still see CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO painted on it. And decretive handrails. This bridge has not been painted since C&O bought Hocking Valley.
This post is what motivated me to find my Columbus bridge photos. I was on the north bank whereas Ben was on the south bank.
Three of the photos posted by Ben Armand.