200 block E Maine

The railroad bridge located in downtown Enid was built in 1908 and only has a clearance of 11 feet 4 inches. Numerous semi trucks and high-profile vehicles have failed to heed warnings of low clearances and have seen the tops of their trailers peeled off.

Artist Wayne Shearon came up with a shark teeth design that is 6 feet tall by 72 feet wide and it was painted on both sides of the bridge in 2013. Inside Edition in 2016 called the East Maine Bridge perhaps one of the scariest bridges in America.