Vance Creek Bridge
The Vance Creek Bridge, also known as the Vance Creek Viaduct, is a historic railroad bridge located in Shelton, Washington. Constructed in 1929, it was once the tallest railroad trestle in the United States. Although it has been closed for decades, it's become a popular attraction for adventurous hikers. The Vance Creek Viaduct Trail leads visitors to the bridge, offering stunning views of the surrounding natural beauty. However, accessing the bridge involves risks as it's no longer maintained or officially open to the public. Visitors should exercise caution and prioritize safety while exploring the bridge.