Wood has been delivered and the rotten/damaged pieces have been removed. The crew is ready to begin putting the bridge back together.
They have jacked the roof up off the lattices and strapped it to the scaffolding to hold it in place. This to have access to the wood nails (trunnels). They are working on modifying a jack hammer to drive the trunnels which should be interesting if it works. They were getting boiled linseed oil today.
Butch Colby is the new on-site engineer, Peter Baker is the Crew Foreman and Alan Davis is the Daniels company Supervisor. Other crew members that have worked on the bridge are working on some short term projects: Ken Vanderberg, Brad Black, & Jim Hoadley. Apparently the Rockingham hired them to make repairs to the Bartonsville bridge.
I was impressed with the work site. It looked very safe and was well picked up.