The Remarkable Bridge In Iowa That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once
Iowa is kind of famous when it comes to creating stunning bridges. Not only is Iowa we home to the storied Bridges of Madison County, but the award-winning High Trestle Trail Bridge has been named one of the most stunning in the world! With all of our super-famous bridges getting the spotlight, smaller, historic bridges often get ignored. One beautiful, century-old structure in Johnson County is worth a visit if you love vintage architecture.
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The Sutliff Bridge and Baxa’s Tavern are located at 5546 130th St. NE, Lisbon, IA 52253. You can read more about the Sutliff Bridge history and current preservation efforts at the Sutliff Bridge Authority’s Facebook Page, and it’s worth visiting in the fall when you can catch beautiful foliage along the Cedar River.