The Twin Bridges in Danville, Indiana have me completely confused. I do not really know the story of these bridges! There are so many differing sources that all have something new to share. Some documents say that these are the Twin Bridges while others paint a different picture–it was the same type of bridge that once stood at nearby Ellis Park that has long since been torn down.
There are also stories of things that go bump in the night at this Danville, Indiana site. Wails, screams, glowing orbs–you know, the usual accompaniment to tales of hauntings. Either way, we can probably all agree that these are incredible Indiana bridges. During my visit, I felt mostly cold and wet. I managed to time it perfectly so that it would rain a very cold autumn rain while I stood at the side of the road taking pics (and trying not to get run over).
This metal truss bridge was built in 1877. Though long since closed to trains, it is now a walkable pedestrian bridge. In other words? It was much easier to get a photo of this one than of its neighbor! Check them both out below and, as always, please be careful if you are interested in capturing these beauties on camera.
Indiana Bridges: Images from Twin Bridges in Danville, Indiana
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