McLean County has numerous notable bridges throughout the county, including four that cross the Green River. The most notable bridges:
Has made it into Ripley's Believe It or Not for being the "only bridge in the world that starts in one county, crosses two rivers and a different county, then ends up back in the county in which it started".
The confluence of the Green and Rough Rivers atop the former 1872 railroad bridge abutment at the Livermore Riverfront Park.
This bridge in Island actually features the original wooden bridge built in 1872. Nearby is the Island Station, a dance hall open two evenings a week.
Both bridges were named in honor of the first American to be killed in WWI. James Bethel Gresham was born in McLean County and there is a memorial near Beech Grove honoring this brave soldier.
Another view of the Veteran's Memorial Bridge that crosses the Green River at Calhoun and Rumsey.
Monuments from historical markers, Civil War monuments and World War Veterans plus much more.
Memorial Site for James Bethel Gresham, first American killed in WWI. Gresham was from the Beech Grove community.
Historic Marker on the outskirts of Livermore - Livermore Bridge
Historic Marker on William Worthington who first settled Island (first known as Worthington).
Historic Marker on Mount Saint Joseph Motherhouse located just across the McLean/Daviess County line.
Original house from the battlefield - Civil War Driving Tour of the Battle of Sacramento.
Historic Marker of Island Wooden Bridge Park commemorating the wooden bridge built in 1872.
Island Wood Bridge, c. 1872
Historic Marker in Calhoun designating the location of the first Court Case in the County.
A few of the markers along the Battle of Sacramento Civil War Trail in McLean County.
Historic Marker on Hwy 136/56 (near Beech Grove). James Bethel Gresham, first American killed in WWI.
Nathan Bedford Forrest Reconnoitered Historic Marker
Historic Marker located at intersection of Hwy 431 and Hwy 138.
Rumsey Historical Marker.
Below are a few more scenic views of bridges in McLean County.