Most of these are around 80 years old.....definitely historic and worthy of documentation. I honestly haven't gone out of my way looking for them in the past, but like concrete (non-arch variety) bridges I have started adding them when I come across them.
This past year I was alerted to one located about 12 miles North of my hometown........
I had driven over this as a teenager, but had totally forgotten that it even existed. Fortunately, the railroad corridor beneath it has found new life as part of a major pedestrian trail system, so hopefully this old girl will be around for a long time.
J.P., I've posted several of this type myself. There used to be quite a few in the tri-state area, but slowly but surely, they're disappearing. Better we get them now than shoulda, woulda, coulda a few years from now.
Me too. I've added a couple of railroad bridges and know of another from about 1930, I've just not had the opportunity to get over there for pictures.
Maybe I'll do that today; it's either that or clean house.
I have no problem with it. I've even added several myself.
hope im not posting to many of these railroad bridges. just feel they get overlooked except by a few hunters whom seem to specialize in them.