In Clinton, NJ, there is a bridge that spans the north branch of the Raritan River that was built in 1870. It is unique because the support trusses are made of cast iron. It is right next to the iconic Clinton Red Mill whose photo adorns many NJ travel brochures.
My daughter-in-law sent me this video that she saw on FB so I don't know who filmed it (and apologize in advance for a quiet cuss at the end of the video...)
What I can't understand is that although this bridge is on 'Main St.', West Main Street is the real main drag in town and it's bridge can accommodate truck and RV traffic with ease. Not sure why this driver would make a detour and try to get across this bridge that is one lane, one way traffic. On the bridge approach, there's plenty of room to make a wider turn and plenty of room to back up if he saw he was in the wrong spot.
As they're made of cast iron, the side supports of the bridge are very fragile to impact. A few years ago a small car hit the side of the bridge and cracked a support. The bridge was closed for months as they had to custom fabricate a new support.
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