Wabash Cannonball Bridge

Wabash Cannonball Bridge: a single-lane bridge pretty narrow

Located on the Illinois and Indiana border, in USA, the Wabash Cannonball Bridge is a single-lane bridge pretty narrow. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

The bridge, also know as the Purple Head Bridge Haunted, was originally constructed by the King Bridge Company in 1897, to cross the Wabash River, a 503-mile-long river in the Midwestern United States. The road over the bridge is called Wabash Cannon Ball Road. Located near St. Francisville, this one lane converted railroad bridge is open for automobile travel. Some people say the bridge is cursed and it is supposed to be bad luck if you cross this haunted bridge.
Pic: Douglas Cassetty

 

 

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