Tucked away in the forgotten southeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula, less than a two hour drive from downtown Seattle, the Vance Creek Railway Bridge sits abandoned over a small tributary of the Skokomish River. Spanning 422 feet across and towering 347 feet above the creek below, walking along this bridge is exhilarating, scary and somewhat dangerous.
While the bridge is technically on private property, the owners have appeared to turn a blind eye to day use of the bridge.
Just LOOKING at this gave me the heeblie-jeeblies in my legs. Gaahhahahh.