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Posted November 22, 2020, by Summer Condlin (condlin [dot] summer [at] icloud [dot] com)

Is this bridge open to public? would love to take pictures!

Posted November 22, 2020, by Luke

Ed, thank you for the great news! Would you be able to post a photo of the bridge once pavement is in place?

Posted November 22, 2020, by ed (edthecrow [at] yahoo [dot] com)

As of right now the phoenix bridge is in the best shape it has been in years. The company I work for, DA Brown Inc. restored this bridge. New pavement will be going down next week(11-23-11-24 2020) weather permitting. We replaced the stringers, x bracing, and repaired lateral beams. The entire structure was sand blasted and repainted with weather protectant paint. All new floor timbers have also been installed and new curb timbers as well. She may be old but they increased the weight limit to 25 ton now and she shines in the sun with the fresh paint.

Posted November 9, 2020, by Charles Huckaby (huckaby [dot] lcs [at] gmail [dot] com)

This bridge is closed.

Posted November 7, 2020, by CARL W HOFFMAN (cwh6611 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Of interest, the builder plate on the north end of the bridge (seen in Photo 1 from 2006) is no longer present.

Posted November 7, 2020, by CARL W HOFFMAN (cwh6611 [at] gmail [dot] com)

This bridge is currently impassable, with VDOT closure signs blocking access. It is not readily apparent what the issue might be. That said, there is evidence that traffic of some sort has been circumventing the barricades - possibly farm equipment or 4-wheelers?

Posted October 24, 2020, by Larry Lanberg (10ldlanberg [at] gmail [dot] com)

"Was extant as late as August 1969."

Needs correction. Perhaps you meant August 1989??

That little bridge was DEFINITELY there through the 1980's. Source: I drove & walked through it many times!

I believe that the bridge was removed at the same time that the Robert E. Lee bridge was replaced. (Early 90's? Something like that.).

Posted October 19, 2020, by Cameron Cassler (casslerc18 [at] students [dot] ecu [dot] edu)

This bridge has been replaced within the last few years.

Posted October 18, 2020, by Joe M (Arbor [dot] it [at] gmail [dot] com)

To previous posted asking for directions. Open you maps apo. Plug in tge gps coordinates and click go. You can then get directions.

Posted October 13, 2020, by Michael F Murphy (mfm255 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Is this VDOT Bridge #9004?

Does anyone know when it was built and why?

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Passengers in 1972 riding in open-air cars across the RR bridge at Snowden. Piers of the C&O's earlier crossing of the James River here are on the left. These piers were used to build a river crossing for the Appalachian Trail.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Recently the cinder block that sealed the north portal has been removed. It is said that the Amazement Square people would like to incorporate it as part of their children's museum. 1985 and 2019 views.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

I'm reasonably sure this was not part of the AM&O. That was a predecessor of the Norfolk & Western. This tunnel has a Southern Railway heritage. In fact, this was the Southern's main line through Lynchburg until its cutoff (bypass) around downtown was opened in March 1911.

Both RRs occupied space in downtown Lynchburg in the early days. They crossed at grade a little north (Southern) or west (N&W) of the tunnel.

The Southern bypassed the tunnel in November 1970, and the reroute is still used today. Read all about it below.

http://southern.railfan.net/ties/1971/71-3/lynch.html?fbclid...

The picture is similar to the one in the article.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

06JUL2010. Amtrak Regional crosses the James River trestle in the distance. The piers of Southern Ry's old main line bridge, known as the Orange Bridge, stand in the foreground. It was abandoned in the 1930s.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

N&W 611 crossing Blackwater Creek trestle. 18JUL1989

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Below grade views of the Blackwater Creek trestle. March 2018.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Earlier C&O Nine Mile bridge was a through truss structure. Here we are in 1972, I believe, on the Autumn Leaf Special, operated by the Old Dominion Chapter, National Railway Historical Society, approaching and passing through the bridge. Sadly, trips like this (open-air cars?! For real? at track speed!) don't happen anymore.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Interesting to note that this trestle and the entire N&W Belt Line constructed around downtown Lynchburg was built for double track, but never was! It remained single track.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Rusty rail about a month after it was abandoned. Was the route of Lynchburg's first railroad, the Virginia & Tennessee, chartered in 1848, and was successor Norfolk & Western's main line through Lynchburg until the bypass (the "Belt Line") around downtown Lynchburg was opened in the Spring of 1908. N&W passenger traffic continued to use this route until late December 1964. Last used by N&W to interchange freight cars with the C&O. Following the merger of the N&W and Southern Ry. on June 1, 1982, the tunnel route was abandoned and interchange traffic was routed on the Southern's Old Main line.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

A few Kodak instamatic shots of mine. Early 1970s.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

The 1918 structure was funded in large part by the three railroads that congregated in downtown Lynchburg in the early 20th century in order to carry the increasing automobile traffic over the railroads instead of at grade.

Posted September 25, 2020, by Garland R. Harper (grharper [at] aol [dot] com)

Bridge had to be crossed to get to its namesake location, Virginia Episcopal School. Often referred to in school literature, yearbooks, etc., in a symbolic way referring to the students crossing over from adolescence into adulthood. Lost to us first week in May, 1985. Very graceful structure.

Posted September 8, 2020, by Roger Deschner (rogerdeschner [at] gmail [dot] com)

This was another one of those random finds when I was driving along a highway, and I saw a "Weight Limit" sign for a side road. There is almost always something interesting on that side road.

This time I found a state road crossing a bridge atop an old dam, both in poor condition. The 4 ton weight limit may be to protect the dam as much as the bridge. An overweight truck could collapse this whole dam, and drain Goddins Pond.

Posted September 7, 2020, by Art S. (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)

Murray, Dougal & Co. is another interesting early bridge builder from the early days. Murray, Dougal & Co. was a railroad car builder that was one of thirteen companies merged to form American Car 7 Foundry in 1899.

They left the bridge building business when their factory burned down in 1880 and they never rebuilt the bridge shops. Two bridges are known to still stand. Interestingly, while I haven't done much research, my understanding is they made quite a few bridges but this is the first image of a lost Murray, Dougal & Co. bridge I've encountered.

Really interesting structure and spectacular decorative design!

Regards,

Art S.

Posted August 19, 2020, by steamboy05 (agshields1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Sadly, this bridge was replaced with yet another slab of concrete.

http://www.brunswicktimes-gazette.com/article_c8d3c23a-9085-...

Posted August 19, 2020, by steamboy05 (agshields1 [at] gmail [dot] com)
Posted August 19, 2020, by Troy Jean (thjean2 [at] aol [dot] com)

We need our bridge back !!! The oldest road in America needs it’s bridge!!! Suffolk is in grid lock with only one bridge across the Nansemond River and the historical towns of Driver and Chuckatuck have suffered badly... The people of Suffolk have suffered badly.. Crittenden rd, Nansemond parkway and Bennett’s Pasture as well as rt. 17 with traffic gridlock .... WE NEED OUR BRIDGE BACK !!!

Posted August 19, 2020, by Troy Jean (thjean2 [at] aol [dot] com)

We need our bridge back !!! The oldest road in America needs it’s bridge!!! Suffolk is in grid lock with only one bridge across the Nansemond River and the historical towns of Driver and Chuckatuck have suffered badly... The people of Suffolk have suffered badly.. Crittenden rd, Nansemond parkway and Bennett’s Pasture as well as rt. 17 with traffic gridlock .... WE NEED OUR BRIDGE BACK !!!

Posted August 6, 2020, by Jonathan Blankenship (stormchaser [dot] 88 [dot] jb [at] gmail [dot] com)

Closed due to major structural deterioration

Posted August 6, 2020, by Jonathan Blankenship (stormchaser [dot] 88 [dot] jb [at] gmail [dot] com)

Closed mid July 2020. Being replaced by new bridge.

Posted August 3, 2020, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

You would need to check with the town about swimming there.

Beautiful bridge that I'm glad to see preserved.

Posted August 3, 2020, by Katie (Jk07ar12 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Can you swim in the water?

Posted July 31, 2020, by Nancy (nllinet [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I would love to go, but the searches I have done does not give any directions to get to the bridge?

Posted July 14, 2020, by Mike D (Nascarfan77 [at] live [dot] com)

Checked Vdot tonight and it states replacement and to be complete June 2021. Sad really would think rehabilitation of such a small and low bridge would be easy and cheaper than a replacement

Posted July 1, 2020, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Let's hope they do the same fantastic job as they did on the Stones Keep Bridge! (Last 4 pics)

http://bridgehunter.com/va/montgomery/12363/

Posted July 1, 2020, by Mike D (Nascarfan77 [at] live [dot] com)

Signs up stating June 29 2020 bridge will be closed.

barricades are at the end of the road but have yet to be placed to block the road this week. Do no know if this is a bridge replacement or repair/restoration like the nearby bridge in Elliston-Lafayette. I shall keep an eye on what is going on with this bridge

Posted May 12, 2020, by Satolli Glassmeyer (info [at] HistoryInYourOwnBackyard [dot] com)

Here's a video I recently did on the pair of tunnels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N50HeeiWCz4

Posted May 4, 2020, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Nice video as always from HIYOB!

Looks like they are maintaining it from the deck down, would be nice to see a new paint job.

Posted May 4, 2020, by Satolli Glassmeyer (info [at] HistoryInYourOwnBackyard [dot] com)

Here's a video I recently did on the bridge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXEZLMj_v4M

Posted April 27, 2020, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)
Posted April 10, 2020, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I noticed builders plaques on both spans but couldn't read them.

Posted April 10, 2020, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I noticed builders plaques on both spans but couldn't read them.

Posted April 10, 2020, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I noticed builders plaques on both spans but couldn't read them.

Posted March 31, 2020, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Could 1932 be the rehabilitation date? It looks like a pair of riveted truss lines were added to the original pin connected deck truss. The original truss looks like it may date to the late 1890s.

Posted March 30, 2020, by Geoff Hubbs (geoffrey [dot] hubbs [at] att [dot] net)

Unable to locate this bridge or find any railroad that crossed Route 613

Posted March 10, 2020, by David Roach (dogsandus [at] gmail [dot] com)

Removed by VDOT 2018 .

Posted March 8, 2020, by Larry Fine (larry [at] fineelectricco [dot] com)

I walked into the tunnel and touched the wall back when it was still dry enough. I also went down there a couple of years ago. The echo of your own voice sounds like someone else is talking near the tunnel. I am fascinated by it, and would love to chat with others.

Posted March 4, 2020, by Mike D (Nascarfan77 [at] live [dot] com)

Another one lost. Removed and replaced 2018/2019 by the satellite view.I have pics of it stored somewhere

Posted March 3, 2020, by Mike D (Nascarfan77 [at] live [dot] com )

This bridge has sadly been demolished. It was my favorite bridge in Va if not of all. We lived just passed it back in the early 1980's when I was little and I knew we were close to home when we crossed that bridge. I have taken many photos and a few videos of it over the years.

Posted February 19, 2020, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I noticed 2 crosses by the bridge in picture #21.Did these people pass away at the bridge?

Posted February 19, 2020, by Art Suckewer (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)

https://www.fauquiernow.com/fauquier_news/article/fauquier-t...

25 Years Ago

From The Fauquier Citizen edition of June 4, 1993

Kelly’s Ford Bridge faces uncertainty

The steel beams holding up the Kelly’s Ford Bridge over the Rappahannock River south of Remington groan under the pressure.

Light green cables on each side of the Route 620 span vibrate and the creosote-stained deck rumbles unnervingly.

Despite its moans and quivering, the 95-year-old bridge linking Fauquier and Culpeper counties holds its ground. Virginia Department of Transportation officials, however, hope soon to begin planning a replacement for the steel truss bridge.

This year alone, VDOT will spend $40,000 to repair the steel beams that support 500 vehicles a day. Some, however, want to preserve the span — one of 300 truss bridges still standing in Virginia.

Posted February 19, 2020, by Art S. (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)

Collapsed bridge still seems to be present in satellite images.

Posted February 19, 2020, by Art S. (asuckewer [at] knite [dot] com)

Totally agree with Nathan.

Now, who made it and where was it originally erected? To me the portals are replacements added when it was put up at its present home.

We now know Columbia Bridge Works / Columbia Bridge Co. made pin connected Warrens: https://bridgehunter.com/oh/montgomery/bh88020/ (although the Ohio example does not have CBWs signature endposts). They advertised that they made railroad bridges (though none are known). They also are known to have worked in Virginia.

Although a Whipple, the Capon Lake Bridge https://bridgehunter.com/wv/hampshire/capon-lake/ shares certain fabrication elements (such as the endposts). However, Capon was built by TB White & Sons, which would eventually become Penn Bridge Co. (once one of the sons returned home with an engineering degree and the company reorganized across the river in Beaver Falls, PA). Prior to their move to Beaver Falls, I am of the belief that TB White & Sons bought 'kits' from other builders and merely finished and erected iron trusses as they transitioned from wooden trusses.

Anybody have any thoughts on this one? Did anyone else use these distinctive elements?

Regards,

Art S.

Posted January 23, 2020, by John Marvig (marvigj27 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Very interesting. The bridge is has had a third truss line added at some point. It only has two truss lines in photo 23.

Posted January 23, 2020, by bert oser (oserb [at] aol [dot] com)

Nice pics, can you walk across this bridge? Need to find a crossing for the Appalachian Trail.

Thanks

Posted December 23, 2019, by Geoff Hubbs (geoffrey [dot] hubbs [at] att [dot] net)

Bob- I think this bridge is really located off Rte 649 about 3 miles west of Fremont VA. If so it's Clinchfield/CSX Fremont Branch and it may still be active.

Geoff

Posted December 2, 2019, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Awesome video,Anthony!Are there any other natural formed railroad tunnels in the U.S. that you or anybody else might know of?

Posted December 1, 2019, by George A Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I looked on the satellite map by Riverside Park on the James River and zoomed in on Treasure Island and saw something very interesting along the shore in the water near the park.Looked to me to be a truss bridge but I could be wrong.Could be a boat but i'm not sure.Maybe somebody might know what it is.

Posted October 6, 2019, by Buddy French (budm44 [at] outlook [dot] com)

The Allegheny/Merrimac Tunnel in Montgomery County was open and in use by 1908. The 1914 date on the tunnel represents the year the tunnel was concreted. In May 1913 a contract was awarded the Boxley & Company for concreting the Allegheny Tunnel at a cost of $250,000 and would take eighteen months to complete by November 1914.

Also, construction had begun in October 1913 on a ventilating plant to remove smoke from the tunnel.

Posted September 30, 2019, by Buddy French (budm44 [at] outlook [dot] com)

I noticed that the Merrimac/Allegheny railroad Tunnel between Christiansburg and Blacksburg is listed as being built in 1914 and that is what's on the eastern tunnel entrance. I have a Bluefield Daily Telegraph newspaper article dated April 21, 1906 stating that the tunnel construction was well under way by the Tidewater Railway Company. The Deepwater Railway Company and the Tidewater Railway Companies were joined in 1907 to form the Virginian Railway Company and the new Virginian rail line between West Virginia and Norfolk opened in January 1909. So I would have to assume that the Merrimac Tunnel was opened and in service long before 1914. Is it possible that the 1914 date on the eastern entrance to the Merrimac tunnel indicates that was the year when the tunnel entrance façade was done?

Posted August 31, 2019, by Avis Ransom (avisransom [at] aol [dot] com)

As of August 2019 this bridge is closed hopefully for repair or replacement and reopening. Many residents in the area who could reach 460 in a mile or two must now travel to Burkeville, 5-6 miles away to do so.

Posted August 13, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Yes I agree strongly. Especially considering its similar to the state standard design used in the 1930s, see this similar example from 1934: https://historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=v...

Posted August 13, 2019, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

It looks older than 1963.

Posted August 12, 2019, by justsayin

…..another one 1960's

Posted August 12, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

I could not find this bridge already listed? If I missed it and this is a duplicate let me know. Its imminently doomed. https://www.thefranklinnewspost.com/news/local/new-hardy-for...

Posted August 11, 2019, by Bill Brown (williambrown219 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I would agree that this may be where the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad crossed Elk Creek. Having looked at many maps I believe the entire length of Elkton Farm Road was the old rail bed. I have found large chunks of coal in the ditches up and down the road. Additionally, I have found lots of foundry slag in these ditches as well. I believe this may have been used as a ballast for the bed.

Posted July 29, 2019, by Stephen Peifer (sfpeifer [at] gmail [dot] com)

Photo of damaged bridge during repair by Virginia Bridge Company in 1939. Photo by F. J. Peifer, field engineer.

Posted July 29, 2019, by Stephen Peifer (sfpeifer [at] gmail [dot] com)

Photo made during bridge repair in 1939 by Virginia Bridge Company. Photo by F.J. Peifer, field engineer (my father).

Posted July 18, 2019, by Jason Brown (jabrown [at] cityofchesapeake [dot] net)

The Centerville Turnpike Bridge will close to traffic on Aug. 24, 2019 for a period of six months to accommodate a major rehabilitation project, primarily to replace the pivot pier mechanism. The bridge is expected to reopen to traffic in February 2020. Additionally, the City of Chesapeake is beginning a feasibility study to explore options for replacing the current bridge with a new, likely fixed span bridge.

Posted June 26, 2019, by Steven Merholz

Bridge is abandoned, there are no trains that cross this bridge

Posted June 26, 2019, by Steven Merholz (Steven [dot] merholz [at] icloud [dot] com)

Bridge has been dismantled and replaced by a new concrete bridge in 2017, there is no evidence of original bridge

Posted June 26, 2019, by Steven Merholz (Steven [dot] merholz [at] icloud [dot] com)

Bridge has been dismantled and replaced by a new concrete bridge in 2017, there is no evidence of original bridge

Posted May 15, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Photo of bridge and info on repairs here: https://www.wavy.com/news/local-news/chesapeake/north-landin...

This is a very unusual double swing bridge.

Posted April 22, 2019, by David Cuff (pwc [at] dynamitedave [dot] com)

A little more about the bridge from the local historical society.

http://www.historicprincewilliam.org/county-history/structur...

Posted April 3, 2019, by Timothy and Joann Phillips

I believe the Flickr photo is of a different bridge on the creeper trail: http://bridgehunter.com/va/washington/bh56400/

Posted April 3, 2019, by Timothy and Joann Phillips

Pardon the duplication.

Posted March 20, 2019, by Anonymous

Those piers are definitely NOT from the Civil War. Concrete didn't come into common railroad engineering usage until the late 1800s, well after the cessation of the Civil War.

Posted March 18, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

Tony,

You assume correctly, Featherbed will be placed on steel stringers. Again, we have a "best possible" outcome, as the Consulting Parties added this alternative, which places the truss on steel stringers at existing width with one pier. Original proposals were adding "thru girder" beams (which would have blocked view of trusses), and another which would have widened the truss (destroying the Variety Ironworks design of overhead bracing).

Posted March 18, 2019, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Sounds like Virginia! I assume that the beautiful Featherbed Lane-Variety Iron Works Bridge will receive the same haphazard treatment.

Posted March 18, 2019, by Jason Smith (flensburg [dot] bridgehunter [dot] av [at] googlemail [dot] com)

Nathan, can you scan and send me a copy in PDF Format? I cannot access anything from Europe because of privacy guidelines. I'm really interested in seeing what the bridge looks like. Thanks for your help! :-)

JS

Posted March 18, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)

The outcome with this bridge, while indeed frustrating, is the best possible outcome, which prevented the total destruction of this bridge. I was a Section 106 Consulting Party on this bridge, as well as another truss (Featherbed Lane) in this same VADOT district. The engineer that handles this district of Virginia said that to keep a "two eyebar" truss bridge open to traffic in a load-bearing capacity, whether for vehicular traffic or pedestrian traffic is, and I quote "Russian Roulette." The engineer was severely critical of the preservation of such bridges in other states like Michigan, and Indiana.

On top of all that, contractors were allowed to dismantle this bridge in a way that severe damage was done to rivet holes (incorrect use of cutting torch).

Now that said, the Waterloo Bridge in Virginia is to be rehabbed, but (despite excellent condition) it will have a bunch of original materials replaced including all eyebars.

Posted March 18, 2019, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

"Rehabilitation" can unfortunately offer way too many loopholes, shortcuts and compromises when compared to "Restoration".

Posted March 18, 2019, by John Marvig

That’s a shame. Better than nothing I guess.

Posted March 18, 2019, by Tony Dillon (spansaver [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Looks as though the trusses are non-functional at this point.

Posted March 18, 2019, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)
Posted February 10, 2019, by yo (yomama [dot] hey [at] comcast [dot] com)

this is crappy

there is no span

i need the length

Posted February 7, 2019, by George Oakley (Georgeoakley49 [at] yahoo [dot] com )

I mentioned travelling over this combination of bridges and tunnels to my fiancee.She is scared to death of these bridges and tunnels.Funny that it doesn't bother me in the least.I actually find it fascinating.Just wouldn't want to be on the bridges when there's an accident.

Posted February 6, 2019, by Wallace Johnson (wdj34 [at] msn [dot] com)

Man When Will They Replace The Deficent Bridge?

Posted February 6, 2019, by Wallace Johnson (wdj34 [at] msn [dot] com)

New Tunnel opened to traffic on June 17th 2016

Posted February 6, 2019, by Wallace Johnson (wdj34 [at] msn [dot] com)

The First Bridge-tunnel Complex Ever!

Posted February 6, 2019, by Wallace Johnson (wdj34 [at] msn [dot] com)

Hmm... it looks Like this Bridge Will Be Gone Soon

Posted January 27, 2019, by Wallace Johnson (wdj34 [at] msn [dot] com)

The Bridge is Closed As of August, 2018

Posted January 13, 2019, by Daniel C Allen (danielallencomputers [at] hotmail [dot] com)

The tunnel has large metal doors that protect during hurricane. I've seen it open during some hurricanes. The tunnel has massive pumps to pump out water and the doors can close pretty quickly. During hurricane Isabelle one of the tunnels in the area failed to close its doors and the tunnel was flooded for several days.

Posted January 6, 2019, by Mike Daffron (daffmikron [at] gmail [dot] com)

Wow! I'll shut up about the little ponies I continually whine about. What a structure! (Btw, I'll never stop whining about ponies!!)

Posted January 6, 2019, by Franklin (intelofficer [at] linuxmail [dot] org)

As of 1/1/2019 this bridge has been closed and is being demolished for replacement with a new structure.

Posted December 31, 2018, by wallace Johnson (katemimmimftlaltsupermarioftw [at] gmail [dot] com)

I Wish They Replaced this bridge

Posted December 31, 2018, by wallace Johnson (katemimmimftlaltsupermarioftw [at] gmail [dot] com)

1983 is when the bridge was Replaced

Posted December 26, 2018, by wallace Johnson (katemimmimftlaltsupermarioftw [at] gmail [dot] com)

Hmm... it looks like this bridge will be replaced soon!

Posted December 22, 2018, by Travis (tcates94 [at] aol [dot] com)

The bridge that is currently there is a concrete deck bridge put in by the SCL in the 70s.

Posted December 5, 2018, by wallace Johnson (katemimmimftlaltsupermarioftw [at] gmail [dot] com)

1962-2014

R.I.P.

4 years ago