RINGGOLD PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
RINGGOLD PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

Notice the "canon ball" ornament post to commemorate Major Ringgold for whom the town was named.

CENTER OF BRIDGE VIEW OF TOWN
CENTER OF BRIDGE VIEW OF TOWN

A great viewing platform for parades. The rusty looking steel is an intentional cost saving measure that forms its own protective coating.

ADA ACCESS BRIDGE
ADA ACCESS BRIDGE

One can walk from a parking lot across the street from the Civil War Depot on this new pedestrian bridge.

RINGGOLD PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
RINGGOLD PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

Notice the "canon ball" ornament post to commemorate Major Ringgold for whom the town was named.

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RINGGOLD, GA

RINGGOLD PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

The Ringgold Pedestrian Bridge creates a safe way for ADA access to the Civil War Depot from a parking lot across Hwy 41 which goes under the bridge. Notice the "cannon ball" motif on the bridge anchor entry. It reflects on Major Ringgold for whom the town was named. He helped invent the horse drawn cannon. Typical town lamps also perch atop the opposite bridge anchor.

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