Bridge over Little Tennessee River

A wooden bridge over Little Tennessee River in Franklin, North Carolina. Meandering for five miles through some of the most beautiful natural landscape in Franklin, the Little Tennessee River Greenway is a community recreational green space. A long stretch of uninhabited land along the river has been beautifully utilized to provide a scenic walkway through several natural habitats including wetlands, pastures and upland woods. 

Bridge over Little Tennessee River
Leading to the Other Side

A Bend in the Bridge

The bridge’s uniquely curved deck spans 355 feet across the Reedy River, offering spectacular views of Reedy River Falls and the vast gardens of Falls Park. Since its completion in 2004, the Liberty Bridge has become Greenville’s most recognizable landmark and a unique symbol of the city’s downtown revitalization efforts.

A Bend in the Bridge

A Bridge to View the Falls

The Liberty Bridge- 345 ft. long, 12 ft. wide and with a concrete reinforced deck supported by a single suspension cable- is like nothing else in the US. Spanning the Reedy River in Greenville, this structure overlooks the local waterfall and the gardens at Falls Park.

A Bridge to View the Falls
A Bridge over Water

Sunset at Robert E. Lee Bridge Richmond

The Robert E. Lee Memorial Bridge in Richmond, Virginia carries U.S. Route 1 and U.S. Route 301 across the James River at the Fall Line. The city acquired the original bridge from Richmond Bridge Corp in 1933, and it was named the James River Bridge but was later renamed for the Confederate general.

Sunset at Robert E Lee Bridge Richmond

New River Gorge Bridge – West Virginia

The New River Gorge Bridge is a steel arch bridge 3,030 feet long over the New River Gorge near Fayetteville, West Virginia. It is currently the longest single-span steel arch bridge in the United States and the third highest bridge in the country.

New River Gorge Bridge – West Virginia