Monday, January 14, 2008
Concrete arch bridge over the Monocacy River
In my previous posts, I discussed the jug bridge over the Monocacy River, near Frederick, Maryland, both as it was in the past and as it is today. This post addresses the concrete arch bridge that replaced the stone arch bridge - which has since been replaced by a steel bridge.
The north side of the bridge, as seen from the edge of the Monocacy River.
The deck of the bridge, which seems quite servicable, save for the plants growing in the cracks.
Finally, the newest bridge, as seen from the concrete arch bridge.