Photo taken by Ben Tate in February 2020
BH Photo #465783
Info about the railroad that used to cross this bridge and the new rail-to-trail that crosses it:
"From 1856 to 1985, the Mountain Goat Railroad carried coal and passengers between Palmer and Cowan in Grundy and Franklin Counties of the Cumberland Plateau. It was named the Mountain Goat because the climb onto the Plateau was one of the steepest railroad ascents in the world.
Now, the Mountain Goat Trail Alliance is seeking to reclaim the path of the railroad. Working with local governments and other interested groups, the Alliance’s mission is to turn the old railroad bed into a multi-use recreational path. When finished, the 35-plus-mile trail will connect seven towns in two counties."
Appears to be a former Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway line, later Louisville & Nashville.