RT06 - River Tam - Southbridge
The bridge is as much steel as not, better-supported and a good fifty years newer than its northern counterpart. Its bright red paint stands out from the local landscape with a pop of colour. Paved and painted with a single yellow line down the middle, the two-lane structure is broad enough for sidewalks on either edge, albeit narrow ones. The siderails and diagonals are of mixed construction, initials scratched carefully into any wood in easy reach.
The river below is a dangerous series of white water rapids, swiftly flowing down toward the town's famous Falls roughly three quarters of a mile south.