The swinging footbridge over Wildcat Creek in Moline, Kansas was built in 1904, making it the oldest swinging bridge in Kansas. There are a pair of low waterfalls just above the bridge and a picnic area along the river.
When passing through Moline on US-160 you will see a sign saying that Moline has the oldest hanging pedestrian bridge in Kansas. Just a block west of the main street.
copyright 2009 by Keith Stokes