This bridge is the downriver of the two Hwy 3/Hwy 18 bridges. It runs east and west where Hwy 3/Hwy 18 also runs east and west, roughly parallel to US-2. The distinguishing feature is the railing, which is cast in place from concrete. This bridge sits square to the highway, but the river crosses at an angle. As a result, the piers are also set at an angle to the highway. Rather than sharing the two bridges, Itasca County owns this bridge, and Cass County owns the other similar bridge.
This bridge is the fifth of five bridges that cross the great river as it forms the border between Cass County and Itasca County.
The photo above is a view from the southeast corner of the structure. The photo below is looking west across the bridge deck.