One of many cool bridges that span the creeks, ravines, and rivers in the mountains of northern Arkansas…this one near Cotter is appropriately called the “Cotter Bridge” and was built in 1930. The bridge spans the White River. It has National Register of Historic Places as well as National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark designations. It begs the “they don’t make like they used to” statement to said aloud. I wouldn’t mind owning the home on the ridge that has this view out the back door….
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It’s so great to see how some of the older bridges were designed with beautiful graceful shapes in order to compliment and blend so well with nature. That’s a place I’d love to visit myself Tim. Thanks for sharing it.