Black Squirrel Creek Bridge, Peyton, Colorado

Bridgepixing the historic Black Squirrel Creek Bridge, a green steel through truss bridge built in 1934 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and next to it, in the background, a wood deck Footbridge retrofitted from a former steel Railroad Bridge. These bridges are located on U.S. Highway 24 near Peyton, about 20 miles northeast of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Additional Bridge Photos and a Bridge Blog at www.Bridgepix.com.

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  • Magdalen Green Photography PRO 9y

    nicely done - good impact against the cool sky -
  • Felipe Abreu 2010 9y

    Beautiful shot!!!!
  • Alex 9y

    Wow! I love the vivid green in the bridge, especially against the white of the clouds.

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  • ~flutterby~ 9y

    very nice!!! great shot!!!
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  • Ken 9y

    Nice shot bridge.
  • pericoterrades PRO 9y

    Preciosa foto de puente
  • Teresa M. (Terry) Forrest PRO 9y

    The sky helps make the bridges look all the more impressive.
  • Ken 9y

    good shot bridge. thanks for your comment
  • Ahmad Hegab 9y

    really nice coposition
  • allenschmidt 7y

    I used to live by this bridge. We would go under the concrete pillars behind the iron bars, where they kept the prisoners when it was built, and catch pigeons. I think an old friend still lives there. His name was Claude Brooks.
  • J. Ellis 4y

    Wispy earth...
    Wispy bridge...
    wispy clouds...
  • Mickimarie 4y

    Great pic, much better than the one I just saw in the newspaper. It seems this bridge is slated for demolition in the near future, sadly.
  • csbrewfisher 3y

    Too bad this cool bridge is now demolished.
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