This truss bridge carries highway 92 over the French Broad River and Douglass Lake heading south out of Dandridge.
The bridge was built from 1942-1944. it is a classic example of many bridges built during World War II in the United States. The total length of the bridge is 1,467 feet and the bridge is 18 feet wide.
In November it was announced that a contract was awarded to replace the bridge with a new structure to the west of the current bridge. That article can be found by clicking HERE.
A video of crossing this bridge can also be found by clicking HERE