What a perfect bridge for a preservation. What would be great is to have local engineering students get hands-on experience using it as a major project.
You're right about that one as far as the Big Four bridge goes. I'm knocking myself out already just thinking about it.
I meant the CSX concrete-arch bridge located directly north of the Children's Home Road/Gearhart Road bridge (& BTW isn't hard to miss); if anyone hasn't been around to check the CSX concrete-arch bridge, they should; it's one of Sidney's most enduring (& most historical) landmarks.
Well, Chad, grab a camera and start shooting.
I thought the Big Four bridge was between Indiana and Kentucky?
The Sidney Bridge (or the Gearhart Road bridge) doesn't get the accolades or love which its next door neighbor, the CSX Big Four Bridge, receives in spades. If someone could get some pics of this puppy up, awesome.
And speaking of the CSX Big Four bridge, can we give this historical landmark its rightful due by getting some pics up? It'd be just as fantastic; not only that, but for those who care a whole lot about preserving historical bridges like these two I just mentioned, it would also mean a great deal about keeping landmarks of this magnitude around for years to come.