Images of an abandoned bridge abutment that once supported a one-lane truss bridge on the Michigan Road in Fulton County, Indiana.

via The mystery of the former one-lane bridge over the Tippecanoe River in Fulton County — Down the Road

Also a Mystery Bridge article Nr. 125. 🙂

First for an admission… Today’s topic slant wasn’t going to be about a bridge’s name but it spawned from of one of the lunch conversation stories with Lynda Blackmon Lowery, MLK’s Celebration keynote speaker, as this and all stories needs to be shared. Shared because it changed my perspective of no matter how much I […]

via FORGET RENAMING A BRIDGE… — Life in the End of the Rainbow Valley

Western Queensland Road Trip #9 To open up the far western districts of Queensland, the state government constructed a new railway line between Roma and Cunnamulla in the 1890s. The bridge over Angellala Creek, south of Charleville, was an amazing feat of outback engineering. It consisted of seven vast steel spans totalling 630 metres in […]

via Blown Sky High — The Eternal Traveller

This guest bridge column takes us to Queensland, Australia and the Angelala Railroad Bridge near Charleville. Built in 1897, it had been designated as a national monument because of its length, history and the cast iron columns. That is until an unfortunate event in 2014 changed that and  it was an event for Australia’s record books. More per link.

Windmill Bridge is located in West London, near Hanwell flight of locks on Grand Junction Canal. It is better known as Three Bridges even though there aren’t three bridges. It’s a clever structure that makes road, canal and railway crossing possible at the same spot. It was opened 160 years ago. The engineer was Isambard […]

via Brunel’s Windmill Bridge in Photos — Tales From The Brazier’s Grotto