A friend recently mentioned an old bridge in Milam County, Texas I might like. Last week I took a drive east to Apache Pass, to the Worley Bridge, a truss bridge built in 1911, spanning the San Gabriel River. It’s a one-lane bridge along County Road 428. I was happy to finally find it. Once I did, I parked on the shoulder and walked around for a few minutes, snapping a few photos. During that time, I got some curious looks as big old trucks, barely able to fit, ambled across. One fellow stopped, asking me “Whatcha doing?” You know, folks, when someone’s got two high-end cameras draped around their necks, isn’t it obvious? But being the nice fellow I am (sometimes), I just responded “Taking photos!” That seemed to satisfy my visitor. These photos were taken in a pretty short time period. You can only stand on a one-lane bridge so long before things get dicey. This bridge was completely restored a few years ago. It looks grand. I do wish the river had a little more water though. Droughts are no fun.