A short sightseeing to Louisville centred around the splendid bridges over the Ohio river
and the amazing differences between the day and night-time scenery.
The Big Four Bridge is an abandoned six-span railroad truss bridge that crosses the Ohio River,
connecting Louisville Kentucky and Jeffersonville Indiana. Completed in 1895 and updated in 1929,
its largest span is 547 feet and its total length is 2,525 feet. Its name comes from the defunct Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway, which was nicknamed the "Big Four Railroad".
A pleasure cruiser passing under Albert Fink's Warren truss
railroad bridge, built in 1870 and which ..
at one mile in length .. was the longest truss bridge of its time. The design of this type of bridge owes its
origins to the use of equilateral triangles in bridge building in Great Britain.
A unique Welcome to Kentucky !
Hopefully also welcoming me was this magnificent statue in a nearby park.