You'll Want To Cross These 10 Amazing Bridges In Maryland
We have several impressive bridges in Maryland, most of which contain history. Whether they’re stone, iron, or wooden, crossing over them is a pretty cool experience. Unless of course, crossing bridges makes you anxious and in that case, maybe just stick to looking at the following photos.
1) The Chesapeake Bay Bridge
Although crossing the Bay Bridge makes many travelers nervous, there's no denying the industrial beauty.
2) Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge, Savage
You can take a stroll across this old railroad bridge while visiting Historic Savage Mill.
3) Francis Scott Key Bridge, Baltimore
This bridge spanning the Patapsco River was named for the creator of the Star Spangled Banner, Francis Scott Key.
4) Casselman Bridge, Grantsville
This bridge was built in 1813 to carry the National Road across the Casselman River. It's now considered a National Historic Landmark.
5) Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge, California
This bridge was named for the first Maryland governor, Thomas Johnson.
6) Burnside's Bridge, Sharpsburg
This historic Civil War landmark is also a perfect place to take a walk with a view.
7) Monocacy River Bridge, Walkersville
The Monocacy River Bridge has so much character against the trees and river below.
8) LeGore Bridge, Woodsboro
This bridge was built in 1900. It's still used every day for vehicle travel.
9) Loy's Station Covered Bridge, Thurmont
This is one of eight covered bridges left in Maryland, three of which are in Frederick County.
10) Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge, Havre de Grace
This bridge crosses the Susquehanna River and carries U.S. Route 40.
These are just a handful of beautiful bridges in Maryland. Which one is your favorite? Are there any you drive over every day? Share in the comments!
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