This is a bridge over the I and M Canal in Grundy County. The nearest adjacent road is Cemetery Road. I accessed the area in August of 2017. It was an approximate one mile hike
The bridge was built in 1910. It was built by the American Bridge Company. The bridge is a pony/through plate girder. It was originally owned by the E J and E. Railroad. It is now owned by the CNRR. The bridge is open. It is 70 feet in length.
Bridge currently is obscured by overgrowth of bushes and trees. I have included a picture of the bridge that is currently available on the internet. It is listed below.