RT05 - River Tam - Northbridge
The wooden bridge is a well-used affair, old, but kept in decent repair. Some of the beams have been replaced in recent enough history to still be paler than their neighbours. While it is broad enough to be two-lane, there isn't a divider, and there isn't any particular sidewalk, either, enough room left for pedestrian traffic to either side if drivers are careful.
Open to the elements on both sides, only diagonal crossbeams and a broad horizontal guide rail at two heights. For those determined to clamber up and go bridge-diving, it is entirely possible to do so, and the river below is smooth enough not to kill them when they do it. This is a perk.