Indiana Railroad - E 200 N Overpass
It's an interesting virtual drive to the "real" crossing.
Why is this bridge named "Criss-Cross"?
I added a streetview here, but it looks to me like this bridge has been replaced; or possibly had a major refurbishment.
Yeah, I didn't see it here. According to Sulzer's "Ghost Railroads of Indiana", there was a "general track elevation" between Indianapolis and Richmond during 1909-1910. There's a map of the original track layout on page 87.
It would be an interesting area to explore -- there are the remains of a few more overpasses in the Cambridge City area that aren't documented here, but were likely girders set on concrete abutments, which are still extent, with the fill removed.
If you swing the street view over to the right, you'll see another abandoned bridge, over County Rd 650 W.
The "unknown missing bridge" appears to have been the "SP - Felton Trestle", a Pratt through truss that was added a few months ago.
Not sure why Hercules has the "M/V" applied -- she still has her triple-expansion engine and Scotch boiler, so she's not a "motor vessel".
Thanks, Luke, for posting the picture -- I'd never one of this structure before.
And thanks, Bob, for getting video of the piers.
Dang that's a lot of old pony trusses gone.
Has it been removed or replaced? It's hard to tell from your picture.
It was nearly a year that the Creek Bridge in Boone County was heavily damaged under similar circumstances. It's still unrepaired.
The bridge is still closed and unrepaired. Two local residents are offering a $2,500 reward for "for any information leading to the resolution of this case."
A $484,862 contract to renovate this bridge has been awarded.
There has been an anonymous donation offer to fund repairs to this bridge with the stipulation that it has to be open to vehicular traffic. See: