Old Ma and Pa RxR bridge
Photo taken by Panoramio user G Day
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Speaking of "No Trespassing", do other states besides Indiana have this law that allows an owner to paint a big-ass purple rectangle on a tree that signifies "No Trespassing"? I am not a fan.
Dave,thanks for the information about this bridge and possible access.I myself don't believe in trespassing but do ask for permission to see bridges if I can.If not,no big deal.
The Ma & Pa Muddy creek RR bridge is privately owned by 2 different property owners. The only way to access the bridge is by trespassing. Only steel girders remain that are covered in algae making it really slick and dangerous to walk on. The only way to legally access the bridge is by kayaking down Muddy creek.
does anyone know the current status of this abandoned r.r. bridge?please let me know.thanks.
Actually MPA was the correct reporting mark, but if Ma & Pa is preferred, than that's OK.