|Carries||Layton Road (SR 4038), originally Washington Run Railroad|
|Design||through truss Pratt truss|
|Width||14.3 feet (4.36 m) (single lane)|
|Longest span||181 feet (55.2 m)|
|Designer||Taylor & Romine|
|Architect||Taylor & Romine, Roberts,A & P,Co.|
|Architectural style||Pratt truss|
|NRHP Reference #||88000840|
|Added to NRHP||1988|
The Layton Bridge is a Pratt truss bridge over the Youghiogheny River, originally built for the Washington Run Railroad,construction began 1893 and it was completed in 1899. The last train crossed in 1931. It was converted to automotive use in 1933, and connects Layton, Pennsylvania with Perryopolis, Pennsylvania via a one-lane tunnel, near the suspected location of the eighteenth century Spark's Fort.
The bridge has not been painted in recent years and its members are now corroded.
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