In my Good Fences post of last week searching for the Mormon Pioneer Trail (see here)
I came by this poor old fence that desperately wanted to be on Good Fences.
This fence was near the Sutherland State Aid Arched Bridge. There were 77 or so state aid structures built throughout the state of Nebraska between 1912 and 1936 and only 17 remain in use.
Of the 17 multiple arch bridges built during the state aid program all but the Sutherland Bridge have been destroyed or substantially altered. The Sutherland Bridge is also the best example in the state of the concrete arch construction.
The bridge spans the North Platte River and it was very peaceful there that day.
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