Reply to Heather and all,
The pictures requested unfortunately would not get much better than the ones seen on this site under "Opossum Creek ICRR Bridge". The pictures of that bridge are actually of the south half of the double arches. After the TR 303 arch began to spall, the abandoned railroad embankment was cut and the road now goes through with no overhead structure. It's a shame really, but for safety and funding reasons it was the best decision. As far as hauntings go, I have never heard of any mysterious happenings and have deer hunted the property for 15+ years. There was however a mountain lion in the area a few years back that was witnessed by many.
we would really like a picture of what the arches look like today! please! is it haunted?
Actually grew up a couple of miles from this bridge. The referenced bridge still exists but is no longer in use. After locals discovered spalling concrete approxiamtely 1 ft. in diameter in the center of the road one morning, the "Double Arches" as it is locally known, was closed until the adjacent Railroad embankment was "cut through" and the roadway was reopened. The Railroad has been abandoned for quite some time. The bridge was named the "Double Arches" because this is a double closed spandrel arch bridge. TR303 went through the north arch and Opposum Creek was routed through the south arch. It was a well known hangout spot for local teenagers and just about anyone from the area would have a great story to tell about the Arches. There is also a single arch about a half-mile south of this one carrying the ICR tracks over a tributary of Opposum Creek. Pretty neat area that offers some great deer and mushroom hunting, but sorry folks...this one is privately owned.