Pont en structure bois fabriqué localement pour franchir les petits obstacles. En usage jusqu’a la fin du 19ème. On peu encore en voir en usage.
The howe truss bridge was used by many railroads arounds the turn of the century. A howe truss bridge could be easily constructed from locally available materials. These bridges were used to span small creeks and where usually less than 60 feet in length, a few examples of this type of bridge can still be seen today.
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Pont structure bois