November 17, 2005
This is *not* the bridge from two days ago.
Update: Yeah, it's a giant counter-balance used for raising the bridge up and down when the boats come. Still, it felt a heck of a lot safer than that other bridge.
wow...that looks like a big bucket...lol...pretty cool!! i've always loved bridges...they're so fun!! :) good job
Any idea what the "bucket" is for? It seems really strange to have some kind of train-loading-infrastructure on a bridge. Especially one that doesn't look high enough for boats (that might be carrying cargo to be transferred) to pass under.
Sorry about the terrible grammar.
What a cool looking structure. SO many odd things about this, that I have never seen. Great find.
You really are truckin' the backyards of the country arn't you? & taking pictures of it to boot!!! This is a really, really AWESOME shot & VIEW!!!
cool picture. ive seen a few bridges like this around here. the big counter weight is, i think, for raising the entire bridge up for boats to pass underneath. always scary though when that big weight is all rusty and not at all secure looking.
Certainly a huge an interesting structure with lots of rust! Amazing that a lot of it hasn't been broken up and recycled.
Another cool picture!
Is anyone else seeing a little bare foot boy in blue overalls and no shirt with a stick with a handkerchief holding food/clothes walking over that bridge with a yellow dog at his heels?
nice shot i like the colors
I love the background, though I don't think the bridge is all that cool.
I love railroad shots. It's beautiful. Where was that taken, if you don't mind me asking.
i'm w/katieb on this one... love the willows in the background, but not too keen on the bridge itself. (sorry, kendall...it's a good pic, but i'm just not into bridges today).
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