Photos taken Sept. 2001 and provided by the Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department
BH Photo #100541
Visited this bridge at 6 pm on Saturday, 10 Feb 2007. The sun had already set so I had to use my flash to get any kind of photo. The wing rail on the right abutment has been sheared off possibly from vehicle collision.
This bridge is also non-descript from the top deck other than the concrete railings that are of 1930's vintage.
It was dark when I arrive on the scene of this structure and I didn't feel comfortable bushwacking to the creek bed; also being unsure of my footing in unfamiliar, potentially slippery setting.
Bridge is located approx 15 miles from central Batesville. Creek is not signed, so you need to start looking for it shortly after passing through Bethesda.
Webmaster's note: The photos that were here have been incorporated into the main site.
You can still see a portion of the previous Low Water Bridge on the south side. Who built it and when?