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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
Another railroad trestle in north Georgia
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A normally submerged culvert on old Highway 51 in Oklahoma. It has been inundated since the construction of Ft. Gibson Lake in 1949. This is as close as I could get and I nearly got stuck. 35.9296, -95.2065
Dirt Cherohala fs 81 , Barb crossing bridge.
Yeah , we crossed it.
Remains of a suspension bridge near Bells, TX.
Interesting. That concrete piece looks like it was intended to be used as a culvert for a two-lane road. Does that make sense Jay as you know the area and the history?
Yes, it was a two-lane highway constructed in 1928. When they built the lake, several miles of the highway were rerouted a half mile north to higher elevation where it would be out of the floodplain.
That is awesome. Coordinates for future reference? I tried to find it on Google Earth but couldn't. Found some old railroad bridges running from Denison down to Bells though.
You must've ridden Carpenter's Bluff again...
Remains of an out bridge , and the way around it.
I did pass Carpenters bluff on the way there.
Suspension bridge: 33.650730, -96.480962
Bridge on TAT route ... in one piece ..lol Happy New Year ADV friends
Not my bike, the guy standing in the foreground is the rider.
Tried to cross the bridge at the same time as the car, clipped the car with his saddlebags and flipped it off the bridge.
The bike only had a few scratches, even the windshield was fine. He rode it home afterwards.
same bridge , Harley day.
Boardman Bridge New Milford Ct
Crossing the Tappahannock.
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