A pedestrian bridge that connects Staunton’s downtown to Sears Hill and Woodrow Wilson Park has been moved by the city as part of an effort to restore or repair this important piece of urban fabric. (more info and images of the bridge being moved can be found here.) These photographs (among others) serve to document the bridge and its access stair as they were prior to the bridge being moved. They will prove invaluable should the site be affected while the city raises money to replace the bridge.
Below is a partial point cloud scan of the access stair. This particular view is looking down onto the bridge without any perspective distortion – in other words a plan view that can serve as the basis for measured drawings!