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Bridge Tours and Lost Bridges
The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles features a pocket tour guide featuring communities and regions where historic bridges are plentiful in number and can be seen. Regardless of whether they are located in big cities like Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Berlin or even Copenhagen, or in districts or states, such as Indiana, Iowa, Schleswig-Holstein or even Saxony, the this page features tour guides of places with bridges to see (with pictures, links and information) in the US, Europe and beyond. It also features regions where historic bridges were once plentiful but have disappeared or are dwindling in numbers rapidly. All articles and tour guides are courtesy of the author and his contributors. Many of them are first and second place finishers of the Othmar H. Ammann Awards for the Tour Guide category, while a few of them won the Author’s Choice Awards.
As the number of tour guides increase continuously, stop here on a regular basis to plan your bridgehunting tour to a region of interest. 🙂
The Osborne County Hall of Fame Honors celebrates the Osborne County Sesquicentennial Year of 2021, marking the first 150 years of the county's existence. The "Honors" will present, recognize, and appreciate the various aspects of Osborne County, Kansas heritage and culture both past and present in a different manner than its parent organization, the Osborne County Hall of Fame. The series of lists that comprise the "Honors" will be revealed throughout the year on this site and via other social media. All Individuals already enshrined in the Osborne County Hall of Fame are excluded from the "Honors". Happy 150th Birthday, Osborne County!