For rail fans, history buffs, architecture geeks, engineers, photographers, nostalgists (?), anyone who might smile at the idea of a train rolling slowly along a noble historic bridge crossing a scenic wooded valley. I have wandered by it a couple of times. Once was lucky enough to watch a train roll across it. It's possibly more interesting wandering around the structure than just taking in the scenery from a distance, if you have the time. The structure makes you wish more construction could combine integrity to last over a century (so far, with no signs of going away any time soon), with the classical beauty of its form. If you are making a long pilgrimage down 81, it's a nice opportunity to get out of the car & wander around a bit.
PLus a bonus - getting off 81 at Exit 211 (soutbound) or getting back on at 211 (northbound) will send you past the Bingham diner, great place for a meal stop, or for picking up some pies or pastry to take to your next destination! (the sticky buns are out of this world...)
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