Nobody was ever charged with that arson either.We've collected many photos of the Fairfield covered bridge, and other photos appear on a number of other websites -- notably by people who just care about covered bridges.The bridge itself was safer than it looked, and you'd need to toot your horn before entering. If somebody was coming through -- ah, room for one vehicle.The school bus took the bridge every day, so there's that .... Sorry, no big trucks.More about the bridge and its history is available at the Brookville Public Library. Are there traces of the old structure? Probably, but you would need to go about halfway out in to the lake at the Fairfield Marina (Here, with high water) and go diving. You'd probably find the footings. I've been told they are visible. Click on each bridge picture to get a larger image. These things make nice little art prints, so feel free to do that. The bridge is gone, so this is as good as it gets.