There’s a bridge on
Iron Bridge Road in southeast Jackson County, Iowa.
Yes, its made of iron, some 440 feet of it spanning the mighty . Built in the 1950s the truss
bridge connects hilly topography to the east to a broad plain to the west –
most likely the ancient flood plain. At last count (2009) some 220 vehicles
pass over the structure daily near Spragueville. Maquoketa River
On this day the bridge served as a photography subject and a land connector for the 42N crew. The water level was low but surprisingly clear. The site below the bridge has been added to the fishing spots to try for next season. And unlike the movie, Titanic as referenced in the title, there are no icebergs on the river or encroaching on the land - for now.
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