Greene County Indiana’s Tulip Viaduct, seen here with winter snow, is a 2,295 foot (700 m) long railroad bridge and is the longest railway trestle in the United States. Built in 1905-1906, it is still in use today.

Canon EOS 5D mark III with Canon EF 24-105mm L lens.

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Kenneth Keifer is a photographer and media producer living in Mooresville, Indiana. He will photograph just about anything beautiful or interesting but dramatic landscapes, national parks, lighthouses, floral, and wildlife are some of his favorite subjects. You can learn more about Ken here or here

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  • Ellanita
    Ellanita7 months ago

    Great capture!!!!

  • lorilee
    lorilee7 months ago

    Congratulations!! Your WONDERFUL image is being FEATURED
    in the group, “Midwestern United States Art & Photography!!”

  • Thank you very much, Lorilee!

    – Kenneth Keifer

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