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beautiful old railroad bridge

You dont have to be a rail fan to appreciate this place. nestled in a quaint PA town . It has a... read more

Reviewed July 15, 2017
Bill D
,
Sidney, New York
Impressive Stone Structure

Beautiful old railroad bridge that's worth checking out. Not as massive as Tunkannock bridge in... read more

Reviewed May 30, 2017
schmutaki
,
new jersey
via mobile
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  • Excellent58%
  • Very good28%
  • Average14%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
Jul 15, 2017
“beautiful old railroad bridge”
May 30, 2017
“Impressive Stone Structure ”
LOCATION
Tannery Street, Lanesboro, PA
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Reviewed July 15, 2017

You dont have to be a rail fan to appreciate this place. nestled in a quaint PA town . It has a small place to park on a side street. Folks live all around the trestle so I was especially mindful of this. Beautiful workmanship...More

Thank Bill D
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Reviewed May 30, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful old railroad bridge that's worth checking out. Not as massive as Tunkannock bridge in Nicholson but the stone makes it very appealing. The stream below gives it a lot of character and charm. Hard to get a good look at the entire structure especially...More

Thank schmutaki
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Reviewed February 10, 2017

All right, maybe not quite 175 but this stone bridge was built and opened to carry the Erie RR across it in 1847 and did not get concrete shot into its cracks and crevices until the 1950's. It is a landmark designated by the Civil...More

Thank Henry S
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Reviewed August 28, 2015

I find this structure fascinating and a memorial to past engineering skills. It is worth a drive by.

Thank Helen C
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Reviewed May 20, 2015

It is very impressive and worth driving out of the way to see. A railroad bridge from many years ago. There is a small picnic area.

Thank Lou152
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Reviewed October 15, 2014

This is a stone viaduct built in the 1860's I don't believe that it is used anymore but you can see the great structure. It is not in Starrucca but in Lanesboro, PA. which is 9 miles further.

Thank brucew828
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Reviewed July 19, 2014

Of course its impressive, but should be visited during the winter when there are no leaves on the trees. Difficult to get a good view from above. You can almost onnly be between the pillars in the middle of a residentual neighborhood

Thank BarryBarry55
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