This is the first structure that the South Penn had to build or at least cross to begin its journey from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. It is the South Penn Susquhanna bridge just west of the capital. The bridge was said to have been ready for the Iron trusses. The bridge to the right is the Reading Railroad bridge. The Reading railroad, removed most of the South Penn piers to make way for its own grade. But they did leave enough for us to see Vanderbilt's vision. It is the only structure not in the mountains.