Built by the Virginia Bridge and Iron Company, Roanoke, Virginia, 1931.
A former railway, the trestle is 951 ft (290 m) long.
Love the tunnel-vision effect on this one, Kevin.
And the contrast in colors is appealing also. I hope it never gets painted, sometimes rust simply looks good.
Does the trestle completely span the river, or are there supports in the middle that go under water?
Thanks, Kris, I'm glad you like it! Rusty old bridges do look cool don't they? Not a single-span bridge here. There are four piers/pillars under the bridge equally dividing the width of the river. I wanted to get a side shot but the private property signs pretty well kept me on the path!
Amazing shot, Kevin! Love the angle!
YS for this beauty!
Liked by Liam...
I like vm. Ciao
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Photo taken in Draper, VA, USA
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