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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
Pigtail bridge in the Black Hills
In Texas by Langtree, Tx
I'll add a couple from western Indiana. Parke county, IN that has 32 covered bridges in about 445 sq. miles. That makes it the covered bridge capital of the world (according to the local government).
Here's one of the oldest that you can get to by road:
Another one that is pretty long, but no longer necessary to cross the river:
And finally, one that is no more - a victim of a flood:
Confederation Bridge between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, Canada - 12.9 km across the Northumberland Strait.
Some (of many) bridges constructed and abandoned during WW II in the wilderness of the Northwest Territories in Canada (Canol Pipeline).
An interesting note about this bridge.
Crossing the Kennicott River into McCarthy, Alaska
This one was in north eastern Turkey, around Coruh valley. June 2002.
I like ADVbridges like these...
Bridge on the Rubicon Trail crossing Rubicon Springs
A wood bridge in my "neck of the woods" - Near Three Sisters Wilderness in Oregon...
An old LOG bridge...
Typical of thousands of one-lane bridges all over New Zealand
Bridge on a New Zealand sheep farm, note the gate in the middle of the bridge.
Kinda fun looking through my pix for bridges...
Hartland, New Brunswick, across the Saint John River.
The Central Ferry bridge over the snake river in south eastern Wa.
This looks like the bridge heading into the town of HoneyDew..
Talk about huge balls!
The last time I tried somethng like that it cost me $250 for a new front wheel. Got GUTS? Yes, I think so!
What's better is when it's just one log! No pix (yet), sorry :eek1
My last trip into Canada, looking back from Prince Edward Island.
I use it as my background. Its my bike and I took the pic. Old bridge on a dirt road. Perfect ADV stuff!