There's another person who posts bridges that are not historical, old, or cool. I occasionally will post a concrete bridge, but only if there is something interesting about it like the 1st Avenue bridge and the 8th Street bridge in Minot, ND, which are now footbridges. But I usually stick to trusses, arches, and other interesting bridges, or boring bridges like the I-40 Arkansas River bridge that have some historical significance.
Sheldon doesn't have ready access to transportation, so he's doing the best he can. I do wish he'd lay off the plain slabs, though. Even if they're old, they aren't nessesarily HISTORIC. "Here's another one, just like the other one".
Sheldon why don't you do us a favour, hop down and take a few pictures. Spring Break road trip. Not everyone loves Google Street Views as a substitute for the real thing. In many cases Google's views are "missing" or fails to load and everything gets bogged down trying to deal with it. Just say no ... to street views.
Thanks for the street view. I had no idea that was still there.