This is an old railroad bridge over the I and M Canal in Morris, Illinois. It was built around 1905. It is a triple intersection Warren through truss bridge. It is the only bridge of this type on the I and M Canal. Its length is 160 feet. Its builder was Carnegie Steel Company. It was a single track bridge. It was modified to be used as a pedestrian bridge. There is wood pedestrian decking with 6 ” by 2″ diagonal planking
At various times, the bridge was used by the Chicago, Rock Island Railroad and the Morris Terminal Railroad.
Companies serviced by this spur included: Morris Paper Company, Woelfel Tannery and and the Coleman Hardware Company.
Current owner is the State of Illinois.