This bridge is nearly an identical twin to the main channel bridge located 715 feet southwest of this location. The only difference is that this bridge is longer by 13 feet. Both bridges are devoid of any decorative elements. They do, however, have the modern guardrails and feature a pedestrian sidewalk. Despite no parking signs posted anywhere near the bridges, there were a number of cars parked for people to stop and go fishing. The county highway department would prefer that these folks use one of the public parking areas, one of which is located adjacent to the main channel bridge.
The photo above is a view of the downriver southeast face of the north span of the highway MN-119 bridge. The photo below is the downriver side of the bridge as seen from the walkway leading to the south end of the structure.