Sunday, March 31, 2013

Dinosaur Prints on the Plum Run Bridge at Gettysburg

If you follow South Confederate Avenue until it wraps around to the base of Bushman's Hill, before long you will be crossing Plum Run on a beautiful bridge that leads to the Round Tops beyond.  That bridge is quite special.  On its stone walls are proof of the dinosaurs that once walked the planet in our very region!  On the south side of the bridge there is one noticeable print that overhangs the rest of the wall on the fifth panel from the side towards Bushman Hill (away from Big Round Top).  On the north side of the bridge are two more prints from a dinosaur that was about the size of a medium domesticated dog.  

South Wall of the bridge...




North Wall of the bridge...




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