Indiana - Kentucky - The Big Four Run

The Big Four Bridge is a six-span former railroad truss bridge that crosses the Ohio River, connecting Louisville, Kentucky, and Jeffersonville, Indiana. Built originally in 1895 & rebuilt/reopened as a pedestrian bridge in the summer of 2014, it is the place to cross the border & link together a few riverfront trails on both sides. There is only 1 uphill each way and it is slow & gradual. Also, a speaker was pounding out classical music (Siri couldn't identify the tune) at the state border at the middle of the bridge but NOT on the other parts. This was my first audio border.
Running the Big Four Bridge - Jeffersonville IN to Louisville KY
Belle of Louisville - Trail along Ohio River in Louisville
#CARPe Crazy Ass Running Plan Map