Royal Gorge, Colorado By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2018

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Known for being the highest suspension bridge in all of Colorado, the Royal Gorge Bridge is a truly impressive feat of engineering. The bridge was initially built in 1929 and has been refitted and updated several times since then. It’s been called the Bridge to Nowhere because, even though you can drive across it, there is no road past it, and visitors must turn around and drive back. Inspired by the mystical beauty of a bridge to nowhere, Anderson Design Group handcrafted a vintage travel poster of the bridge and the incredible depth of the gorge below. A perfect keepsake for a trip to the gorge or an excellent reminder of yet another Bucket List item, this vintage travel poster is available as a framed print, canvas, metal sign, or framed postcard. To learn more about the Royal Gorge, visit the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park.

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