I second Nathan's comment about the quality of the photographs. These are great images. I just wish that they depicted trusses, etc.
I suspect that Missouri has plenty of trusses that need quality documentation. This website relies heavily on locals with knowledge of bridges in their area. We just need to let the UCEBs be UCEBs and concentrate on the good stuff.
There has been quite a few modern eyesores posted recently that don't belong on this site
I am actually genuinely confused. I thought maybe all these bridges were going to turn out to be an elaborate April Fools joke. But they keep coming long after. I honestly am curious why these bridges are being posted. The photos are nice, well-composed, and professional looking. The culverts themselves (not bridges) are somewhat less than remarkable to be polite about it.
Not my comment...
But yes, posting these bridges on Uglybridges would be appropriate. Uglybridges serves a good purpose as a log of modern bridges of all types - plus I think you can access historic bridges posted on Bridgehunter if you are logged into Uglybridges. Whether you like historic bridges, or UCEBS, Uglybridges gives you the best of both worlds.
I would have to agree with...um...whoever it is. This is a better entry for uglybridges.com...plain concrete culverts really don't belong here.
I'm adding my ass to this site. It's been far long enough without a special "Butts of Bridgehunter" section. Our posteriors are modern and/or historic. I'd wager we all find something notable about and they probably look better than this recent contribution here.