Morton County WPA bridge from W 2
Photo taken by Ammodramus in March 2015
License: Public domain: Released by author
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This is my photo of what this bridge looked like in 2002 before the culvert / concrete modification.
As far as I'm concerned it does! I would only go to see it if I was showing someone the WRONG way to treat an historic bridge.
Does this count as lost then? lol
Your mutant probably crawled out of my toilet Jodi!
All kidding aside...The county engineer and anyone else involved with this ridiculous looking farce should be lined up beside it and shot! (Okay, okay...I'll settle for being relieved from their duties.)
They really put some ingenuity into that mess :-p ....err mutant bridge / drainage ditch. Reminds me of this: http://raf1210.webs.com/AnimalMutants1.jpg
Black and White photographs of what the bridge USED to look like can be seen here:
Well, that is two toilet awards for the Sunflower State. Overall, not a horrible track record, but both were deserved.
As far as I know, this is the only historic bridge in Morton County.
I hope that maybe the arches are still under the concrete somewhere, and were not removed completely.
Well, all I can say is congrats to Morton Co.! Your bridge is now the front runner for the 2013 Smith Awards for the worst example for saving a HB! How ugly is that thing!!! ;-P
I saw this picture and my stomach turned sour. I immediately had to make a run for the...
(Todd Baslee photo)
This bridge has been completely redone. The stone arches have been filled in with concrete and steel culverts. You can see a photograph here: http://ke2013.smugmug.com/Dare-To-Do-Dirt/Southwest-Kansas/M...