This viaduct predates its big sister, the Tunkhannock Viaduct. Construction began in 1912 as part of a modernization of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western line from Clark Summit to Hallstead.
In the tiny town of Kingsley, Pennsylvania sits a man made marvel. Spanning 1600 feet over the Martin’s creek the Kingsley bridge is quite an engineering feat. The concrete structure consists of 10 arches, the highest being 150 feet.