The Unique Y-Bridge In Galena Is The Only One Of Its Kind In Missouri
Missouri’s known for an abundance of unique things – from the largest roll of toilet paper to the largest fork in the world. Did you know that it is also home to one of the few Y-bridges in the United States? An historic landmark, the Y-bridge in Missouri is definitely worth a visit, and you can even cross over it (only on foot, though).
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Have you ever crossed over this Y-bridge in Missouri? Share your experience in the comments! Since we’re on the topic of bridges, have you ever visited the oldest covered bridge in Missouri? If not, plan a visit to Burfordville Covered Bridge.