If you look through the tunnel, you can see the bridge at the other end.
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Photo taken by Anonymous
BH Photo #168847
Chances are pretty good that the old tin roof building across the river was alongside the bridge's eastern approach as well.
Pretty cool, but not sure what the coordinates 36.99782, -84.60837 are supposed to show.
Found the east entrance in Bing Bird's Eye View at 36.989185,-84.611657 rotate the bing imagery 90 degrees clockwise for the eastern view.
The west entrance is at 36.989005,-84.612612 rotate imagery 90 degrees counter clockwise for western view.
I'll just go ahead and edit the coordinates to the position of the east entrance.
Does anyone know when the tunnel was constructed?
Any photos of it?
Thank you love these old photos.
Wonderful! I've seen this several times while boating on the lake and always wondered about it. The normal whater level is nearly up to the tunnel. Seeing the height of those piers really gives a good image of how deep that lake is.
Sorry about the blurry photos.