The Bridge of Sighs

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Imagine taking the pinnacle of ‘safe’ transportation, namely the commuter rail, and during the mundane stop(s) done daily to and from Boston, stopping under a heavily trafficked overpass called Newport Avenue.  The South Attleboro train stop is a picture perfect view of an overtly busy overpass with cracks and decay so far gone, that it surpasses any that I have come across.  As I write this, It is now covered with black tarp, probably as a deterrent for curious thrill seekers such as myself, and future repair date is not known.  Drive Safely...