The old train tracks bridge was constructed in during the expansion of the Florida East Coast Railway to West Palm Beach in 1894 by Florida East Coast Industries (FECI).
Dating back to the 1920s, many women had perished from trains along this bridge, the most recent cases being three teenage girls perishing in 2010, and two in 1992.
In both cases, witnesses who survived said the girls seemed to not hear or see the trains coming. Locals say negativity radiates from the bridge, and people avoid going near the tracks other then to walk under. They also say orbs are seen commonly along the bridge, and when walking under, many say they feel like they’re being watched. (Submitted by Cayce C.)
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- E Melbourne Ave
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- 28.07628833653005, -80.60362511871062
- Brevard County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Melbourne, FL (0.6 mi.)
Indialantic, FL (2.5 mi.)
Melbourne Beach, FL (2.7 mi.)
Palm Bay, FL (3.0 mi.)
West Melbourne, FL (3.1 mi.)
Melbourne Village, FL (3.9 mi.)
June Park, FL (4.7 mi.)
Indian Harbour Beach, FL (5.1 mi.)
Malabar, FL (5.5 mi.)
Satellite Beach, FL (6.9 mi.)
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