Steel Truss Waterloo Bridge in Black and White

There have been many questions from my friends about the bridge in my photograph for the cover of Shenandoah Living Magazine, so I decided to do some research.

Since my series of photographs, Waterloo Bridge, one of the few remaining truss bridges in the state of Virginia has been closed to traffic, Left to deteriorate, it faces a possible future demolition. An interesting article from February 2017 describes it here.

But this bridge has many fans and supporters, including its own facebook page.

A public meeting will be held next week to determine its fate.

The Waterloo Bridge, a steel truss bridge, built in 1862, can be found west of Warrenton Virginia at the end of Old Bridge Rd (State route 622). It’s a beautiful bridge, in co,or, or in black and white.A marker indicating its significance is nearby.

Other interesting links: Details and pictures from the Library of Congress
Piedmont Environmental Protection Council
Russell and Joan Hitt of Hitt construction, Fairfax Virginia offer a million dollars toward bridge restoration.

Please click on the individual picture to get a clearer view of that image

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters S and T (for steel truss)

Follow this link to see more of how I see Life in Black in White.

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