This is the Humpback Bridge, in a small park on US Route 60 just west of Covington, Virginia. You can't drive over it, but walking is permitted. The plaque in the left photo gives the history and significance of the structure.
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Wednesday, July 14, 2010
I've been staying home a lot lately, hence I have less to post. This should please diner fans, though. This diner is in Low Moor, Virginia, between Covington and Clifton Forge. It's obviously a replica diner, which I sometimes refer to by the less complimentary adjective "fake." However, unlike many replica/fake diners, particlarly in urban areas, the prices are reasonable and there aren't a lot of exotic, non-diner menu items. I had a good lunch there.