Indiana Railroads 100 year old Tulip Trestle provides little room for error!
You have to take it slow and easy over this relic!
This 157 foot high trestle gives you breathtaking views from high above Richland Creek in Indiana. Built in 1906, she is easily considered the state’s most spectacular railroad bridge.
The bridge carries an average of 4 freight trains per day and has been in constant use since completed.
The last steam locomotive to pass over the bridge is the #1504 which is currently being restored by the National Railway Historical Society in North Florida. She is a Pacific type 4-6-2 which weighed 471,000 lbs and was built in 1919.
Let us know if you have seen trains coming across this fantastic structure! We would love to hear about your experience!