Hoffman Bridge was built in 1936. Spanning 90 feet across Crabtree Creek, the bridge was built primarily with hand tools. The upper timbers show adze marks where workers shaped them by hand. Instead of the usual open sides, this bridge has gothic windows. The portal design, originally rounded when the bridge was constructed, was enlarged and squared to allow passage of larger loads. The bridge has a low clearance of just 10 feet 10 inches.
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