Yeah... Need a Gondola to get through there right now!
Nice shot Janis, any ghost trains or boats!?
Two years ago, I posted that I drove my 2000 Ford Mustang through here. Can proudly say, while out driving around with my Girlfriend yesterday the 7th, I was able to fit my 2012 Ford Focus through here. The Girlfriend thought this was a cool underpass.
I drove through this today in my F250 today. There were signs posted that said that it is closed. However they didn't block it off so I drove through it anyways. I've also taken my Dodge Neon through it. There's another tunnel about a mile west of this one too.
I can see why the Google Street View car didn't come anywhere near the area. Nobody wants a haunted Street View!
Freaky. Are You OK?
My friends and I went up there last night actually around 3 am and we approached slowly, flashed our lights 3 times, honked 3 times in the middle and went through. We turned around not too far off of the tunnel and as we came the ghost train came over top of the tunnel just like clock work. We went in the middle of the tunnel and turned my friend's truck off...TRUCK (a huge ass excursion)for those of you who think the clearance isn't enough. We sat and waited in darkness and silence for 30 minutes and heard subtle foot steps that sounded like they were coming toward us. Exactly 30 min after we turned off the car the train came rolling back through again...just like clock work. Needless to say after that we were ready to leave. Definitely worth the trip if you want to be scared!!
You've got that right Nathan!
Speaking of bridges from Hell, we have a bridge in Hell, Michigan. Its a typical modern slab of concrete (or UCEB if you wish). I think we can all agree, if Hell has a bridge it would look like this: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Hell,+MI&hl=en&ll=42.434424,-8...
Guess you can say you've been to HELL and back... huh Steve?
Drove to see it today, and yes I can proudly say, a 2000 Ford Mustang goes through it just fine.
We got a Chevy Malibu through, just hug the east side of the tunnel, and you'll be fine.
I'm not so sure my 6'w x 18.5' l x 4.5' h 1971 Impala would fit through there...
I drove under this bridge a few years ago, and sustained some scratches to the underside of my front bumper, most likely due to the hole pictured in photo #7. The fact that it was slightly flooded with water made it that much more difficult. I would not drive through this without a high clearance vehicle.
I don't think I can get my lawn mower through there.
I'll take my Blazer through it!.....might lose a mirror (or two).......
If you think this structure is too short and narrow, check out this beauty from 1823:
Actually, this bridge was ahead of its time... having been designed for electric smart cars
Good Lord!! Looking at the pics, I don't think even my Mustang could make it through that passage. To be honest I don't think it's meant for modern cars.
I challenge anyone on this site to take a pic of their car driving through this LOL