The Bridge To Nowhere In The Middle Of The Vermont Burlington Beltline Will Capture Your Imagination
Sometimes bridges serve a purpose and other times, they end up becoming permanent fixtures that get incorporated into their surrounding landscape. This following bridge to nowhere was constructed by the Burlington byway in Vermont in 1984. The price tag for this bridge was just under $400,000 too. At the time, the purpose of the bridge was to keep the area connected. However, it never fully came to fruition.
Nowadays, this bridge to nowhere is a unique spot to explore. However, since it’s hardly used, you’ll have to fight through the shrubs and weeds to get to it.
If you’d like to continue checking out some scenic bridges during your time in the Green Mountain State, take a look at this previous article: 28 Scenic Bridges In Vermont To Visit At Some Point In Your Life.
And, if you’ve been to this bridge to nowhere in Burlington, what did you think? Feel free to share your comments below — we would love to hear from you!