Crews are more than halfway done replacing a historic bridge in Pike County.
Penn Dot crews are putting some of the final touches on the Pond Eddy Bridge in Shohola.
The current Pond Eddy Bridge is over a century old and its the only access to about a dozen and a half homes in that part of Shohola Township.
Penn Dot has been putting the new bridge together like an erector set. Each piece comes in on a truck and crews assemble it piece by piece.
The steel is in place, the concrete decks have been poured and more than half of the new bridge has been completed.
The new bridge will have no weight limit, which will allow for fire trucks and emergency vehicles to pass over the structure.
Penn Dot says the new bridge costs about 21 million dollars and they hope to have it completed by Thanksgiving.