I have a thing for train trestles. It goes back to the movie Stand By Me. If you don’t know, the clip is here.
This is an old trestle and trains no longer cross it. I drove under a modern trestle this weekend. It was all steel and as such more sparse in the supports. I like that this is all made from timbers and the pattern is more intricate.
The Franklin and Tilton Railroad Trestle crosses the Winnepesaukee River in Franklin, NH, and was used by the once-thriving paper mills there. The rail line was decommissioned in 1973.