Although the exact year and builder are unknown, it is thought that Leonard Pants returned home after he worked on the Nation Road in 1880, after the death of his father and built the structure. This Kingpost truss-type bridge is located on a rough gravel road and has a three-ton weight limit. It is 24'6" in length and 13'7" in width. It has a tin-covered gable roof, vertical siding on the walls and portals, is painted barn red inside and out. The only reinforcements under the deck are stone-and-mortar abutments that extend into short wing walls.