The unique features of our state are what give it character and Kentucky has no shortage of one-of-a-kind charm. This special place offers both natural and manmade destinations that make our state unique and interesting. Located between Anderson and Woodford Counties, the Jo Blackburn Bridge (also known as the Tyrone Bridge) is a historic bridge in Kentucky that curves its way across the river. Its “S” shape and unique structure make it the only one of its kind in the U.S. and worthy of a trip to drive across this one-of-a-kind bridge in Kentucky.

This historic bridge in Kentucky offers so many unique features. Its “S” shape and structure may stand out the most, but it also leads to a famous distillery and you may see bungee jumpers as you drive across. Not every bridge can claim that! Have you driven across the Tyrone Bridge? Have you seen it from the distillery or during a train ride? Share your experiences with us in the comments.

For more unique bridges in Kentucky, check out these 5 exciting swinging bridges along scenic hiking trails in our beautiful state.

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