Woodstock, Vermont. Uploaded by florida-sportsman-magazine.com.
You don’t have to go to Madison County, Iowa to see them. Most are on small, out-of-the-way byways, since they’d have been replaced if they were carrying lots of traffic. While Pennsylvania has more than any other state, you can find them throughout the country, and most are now protected as historic landmarks.
But why talk about them when we can see them?
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Uploaded by en.wikipedia.org.
Old Bennington, Vermont. Uploaded by sonatina.com.
Elizabethton, Tennessee. Uploaded by tdot.state.tn.us.
Randolph County, North Carolina by neatorama.com.
Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Uploaded by wvdot.com.
Jackson, Wyoming. Uploaded by sourcesanddesign.com.
Beaver Creek State Park, Ohio by neatorama.com.
And then there are those bridges of Madison County: