Note to self, the road bridge is also worth seeing. (I discovered this US-36 truss bridge when I tried to get a Street View of the old railroad bridge.)
|On of six photos posted by Jeffrey Bossaer|
Old railroad bridge over the Wabash River at Montezuma, Indiana converted to pedestrian traffic. I think I saw an old map that identified this as the Indiana Decatur and Western Railroad.
Chad Quick I think the ID&W was folded into the B&O as this was their line from Indianapolis to Decatur
[The 2005 SPV Map shows the B&O predecessor as Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western. It is possible that the ID&W was a predecessor to the CI&W.]
|March 2013 Photo by Brent Tindall, public domain|
|Comment by Rob in Bridge Hunter|
A 1912 postmarked postcard view shows this bridge has been a mix of girders and trusses for a long time, but it had more trusses than girders back then.
|Ethan Fouts posted|
Railroad bridge in Montezuma, Indiana.Now it’s a trail!