This photograph provides a second view of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad bridge over the Big Monocacy River. In post #1, the view shown is from between two parallel deck plate girders, upon which the railroad tracks rest. The current photograph shows the interior structure of the deck plate girder systems, two steel I-beams bolted together to form a web. Three of the six stone bridge piers, including that visible in the foreground, were built in the late nineteenth century for a bridge that has since been replaced. The photograph looks across the river to the west.