stands, but its images are recorded in historic sites. One visitor claimed
legend has it that it's haunted: “A nice little bridge we discovered while out
geocaching. Sorry about the single photo...we were expecting to come home and
log an existing waymark. Local legend has it the bridge is haunted....who
knows?”—Waymarking.com The Putnam County Library has a large genealogy section
where many Parkers are recorded; they have a b&w version of this. It's also
included in a book titled "Landmark Bridges" available on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Landmark-American-Bridges-Eric-Delony/dp/0821220365 I first discovered its existence on the Putnam County Library genealogy site.