And... Another example of an historic bridge that could have been left in place next to the new ugly!
Of course, easier said than done.
Great Pix!!!! I think we need more pictures of this sort!
Thanks. That's awesome.
When you are on the county list page, click on “Exhibit” in the light blue menu bar near the top of the page. This will give you exactly what you are looking for.
I was thinking that it might be good to have a google map on each county page with pins (and possibly corresponding tooltips with names) showing the location of all currently listed bridges in that county. I don't know how difficult it would be to automatically include gps data and bridge names in the county map when a bridge is added, but I suppose it would be a pain to do it manually.
The idea would be to find out if a bridge you want to add has already been added, perhaps under a name not familiar to you. This would reduce the chance of duplicates. This might help most for those who add bridges using internet imagery. It also assumes that gps coordinates are always correct or close.
Might also be more work than it's worth.
Anyone think this might be feasible?
Yeah... Same one.
I tried to edit some info and ended up adding a whole new page. Oops! Just goes to show one shouldn't try to edit something while heavily medicated! 8^/
Is this Stumphole bridge that the road was named after?
This bridge was replaced in 1988 with a newer type ugly-generic concrete bridge measuring 823 feet in length. It is about 30 feet over the river and obviously ruined a very scenic picture of tranquility on the East Fork White River. This stream is unmatched for large-older bridges that still remain standing especially in Lawrence and Jackson counties.