StoneArchBridges.com is a unique blend of history, physics, how-to, and photography. It offers information about bridges that can be difficult to find anywhere else.
A monumental occasion in celebration of a monumental structure.
A simple shape defied gravity in the days before modern machinery.
How the stone arch proved superior to wooden designs, and the role of Walter Sharp in bridge promotion.
The Walz Ford Bridge represents one forgotten bridge still buried under the road. How many more stone arch bridges lie hidden under Kansas roadways?
Over 120 historical markers dot the Kansas landscape, telling the story of our fascinating state.
El Cuartelejo was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1964, opening new doors for restoration possibilities.
Sometime around 1664, some Taos Pueblos decided on a bold move—they escaped New Mexico and fled to Kansas.
Many Kansas towns have charm. However, a few stand out as delightful places to visit and explore. Allow us to share 10 towns that we feel are must-sees.
Looking for a taste of the Smoky Hills? We have pulled together ten of our favorite destinations.