Vance Creek Bridge: How America's 2nd tallest bridge became a viral sensation

Vance Creek Bridge: How America's 2nd tallest bridge became a viral sensation

Vance Creek Bridge: How America's 2nd tallest bridge became a viral sensation

Vance Creek Bridge: How America's 2nd tallest bridge became a viral sensation

abandoned, America's tallest railway trestle arch is the 350 ft VANCE CREEK BRIDGE. Trespass onto logging industry lands via Shelton Wa is the nearest town 17 miles to the east, at the base of the Olympic Peninsula- washington

Vance Creek Bridge, Washington.

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Vance Creek Bridge, WA The Vance Creek Bridge, the second highest railway arch bridge in the US. Built for a logging railroad in Washington State, now abandoned.

Be the friend?) I sit on the edge of the train tracks, swinging my legs with a sigh. A few tears stream down my face. My boyfriend just broke up with me." I hear a voice, and I turn to look. It's my best friend, and he looks worried.

Vance Creek Bridge

Different perspective of Vance Creek Bridge shot from below. Photo by more with healing sounds:

The Most Insane Abandoned Places in Washington    Vance Creek Bridge Shelton, WA

The Most Insane Abandoned Places in Washington

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Rise & Shine Photos) Early mornings have a bad reputation. But then that’s modern living, I guess.

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Vance Creek Bridge: How America's 2nd tallest bridge became a viral sensation

The Vance Creek Bridge, the second highest railway arch bridge in the US. Built for a logging railroad in Washington State, now abandoned         www.facebook.com/loveswish

The Vance Creek Bridge, Shelton, Washington, United States second highest railway arch bridge in the US. Built for a logging railroad, now abandoned.

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Vance Creek Bridge One way to tame your fear of heights? Climb onto a tall abandoned train trestle that has no walkway or railings. definitely an unforgettable experience.

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