The Bridge To Nowhere In The Middle Of The Indiana Woods Will Capture Your Imagination

Here at OnlyInYourState, we’re big fans of urban exploration and places that are currently being reclaimed by nature. Indiana has plenty of those to check out, and it’s not just buildings and homes being reclaimed around here, either – with at least 18,000 bridges (seriously) all over the Hoosier State, there’s a good handful of them that are now forgotten to time, allowed to decay and mostly ignored. One such bridge is a classic bridge to nowhere in Indiana that goes by at least a few names, but it’s most commonly referred to as the “Aqueduct Bridge.”

For the technical details about Aqueduct Bridge, be sure to check out the official BridgeHunter page.

Indiana is host to plenty more abandoned and decaying places and things! If you liked this bridge, you’ll love exploring the abandoned town of Barbersville.

 

Address: Clay County, IN, USA