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Bergey’s Mill Road Bridge is another example of PA’s crumbling infrastructure. It’s one of the longer (and older) truss bridges I’ve seen around these parts. A contribution to Signs, signs, and The weekend in Black and White 6-June-2014.  A wider of the bridge is shown below, where you can see the date in perspective.


  bergey's mill road

13 thoughts on “1893

  1. Andy says:

    Crumbling infrastructure must be contagious. It’s happening here also.

  2. TexWisGirl says:

    neat old thing!

  3. PA isn’t the only state with bridges falling apart.

  4. What you did to the first shot is amazing!

  5. tanya breese says:

    i love it…awesome what you did with it too, makes it all art-deco-ish!

  6. RedPat says:

    Infrastructure problems seem to be happening everywhere!

  7. Rajesh says:

    Great shot of the bridge.

  8. RuneE says:

    If I hadn’t know better, I would have said that the top photo was made from scratch. Very well done.

  9. HansHB says:

    A great b&w composition!

  10. Karen says:

    Must have been revolutionary when it was constructed …neat work!

  11. Monica says:

    Yes, I would have the same thought as Rune,- made from scratch…. really cool processing, Wayne!

  12. Dragonstar says:

    Your black and white photo is so crisp and sharp that it doesn’t seem to belong to the rusting bridge. Great comparison.

  13. That is a great looking bridge. Love the sign. We have a number of bridges like this, but I think they are not quite as old.