Boner Bridge

Boner Bridge, the oldest iron bridge in Indiana

Located in Southern Indiana, in USA, Boner Bridge is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world. Only 5 bridges like it are left in existence. It’s 256ft long. This metal bridge, also known as Pyeatt's Mill Bridge, was built in 1869 by the King Bridge Company.

The one-lane, iron bow, string-trussed bridge is traversed by the Boner Road. It’s the longest bridge of its kind in Indiana and also supremely rare. It is still in use by local traffic today. This iron bowstring bridge crosses the Little Pigeon Creek river. The weight limit is 8 Tons. This bridge is listed as the oldest iron bridge in Indiana that remains in its original location. It serves to connect Warrick County and Spencer County.

 

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