The Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Bridge is a railroad bridge connecting Louisville, Kentucky and New Albany, Indiana and features two abandoned auto lanes!
The Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Bridge (K&I) is a railroad bridge connecting Louisville, Kentucky and New Albany, Indiana. It is notable for its two abandoned automobile lanes flanking the railroad tracks. I set out, as I have done so in the past, to photograph the crossing. Within two minutes of arriving on-site, I was greeted by the friendly New Albany police. Oh well, that didn’t stop from photographing the bridge!
The entire blog entry, with additional photographs and history, can be found after the jump to Bridges & Tunnels, another site that I manage.
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I was just recently greeted by police while crossing the Fourteenth Street Bridge, less than a mile from this one.
Seeking Sherman Cahill! Is this your site?