|Name:||NS & CONRAIL RR over MILITARY|
|Location:||N OF TOLEDO|
|Purpose:||Carries railroad over highway|
|Route classification:||Local (Urban) |
|Length of largest span:||22.0 ft. [6.7 m]|
|Total length:||69.9 ft. [21.3 m]|
|Main span material:||Steel |
|Main span design:||Stringer/Multi-beam or girder |
The Average Daily Traffic volume of 697 (1978) is misleading. Military Street has not operated as a public vehicular thorofare under this bridge for quite some time.
Google Maps street-level images seem to show a sort of junkyard operating near the southern portal. Three out of the four spans are fenced. It is possible that there may be pedestrian access under the bridge.
The National Bridge Inventory statistics don't do this bridge justice. It is a very wide, narrow, tunnel-like grade separation, similar to CONRAIL over TWENTIETH (1910) east of here. If it were open to traffic, I would rank it even spookier and more claustrophobic than the Twentieth Street bridge.