It is no secret the real estate market is just not that hot lately. Maybe it is time to try something a bit different. How about selling bridges? The state of Maryland has a nice bridge on the market, ready to move to your location.

The Maryland highway department has a bridge in Cecil country that needs to be moved. The bridge is located on 545 over Little Elk Creek in Childs. The bridge was built in 1932 and at 27 feet wide, it no longer works under current regulations which require bridges to be at least 32 feet wide. Officials have decided that selling the bridge is far easier than trying to widen it.

The bridge is available to be purchase by anyone willing to preserve the bridge according to the standards for historic bridges. This could be a local government, a historical group or even an individual. Do you know someone who would be interested in purchasing an antique bridge?