‘Weathered’ is the theme for this week’s challenge from the Daily Post. This second post looks at an abandoned section of U.S. 40 in western Indiana. The seamless concrete road is a construction style that lasted only to the early years of the 20th century. This bridge probably dates to the the early 1920s. In 1941 the four-lane highway opened up just south of this bridge and from there the elements took over control of these remaining sections.
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See more at the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered!