The Muddy Creek Bridge carries Meadowbrook Road over Muddy Creek in Madison County, Kentucky.
The Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine & Beattyville Railroad (RNI&B) was completed between Versailles and Irvine, a distance of 60¾ miles, in 1890. 1 The line was sold under foreclosure to the Louisville & Atlantic Railroad (L&A) in 1899. A 34¾-mile extension of the L&A was completed between Irvine and Beattyville in November 1902. The L&A then acquired the 6½-mile Beattyville & Cumberland Gap Railroad, which offered a connection to the Louisville & Eastern Railroad (L&E) at Airedale (Beattyville Junction), giving the L&A a distance of 101 miles.
Elsewhere, the Kentucky Highlands Railroad (KH) constructed a 6½-mile line between Frankfort and Millville in 1907-08 to service two distilleries.
After the L&N constructed a low-grade alignment between Irvine to Winchester, it discontinued use of the former L&A between Millville and Irvine in 1932.
- State: Kentucky
- Route: Meadowbrook Road
- Type: Warren Through Truss
- Status: Active - Automobile
- Total Length: 108 feet
- Main Span Length: 101 feet
- Deck Width: 12.5 feet
- Above Vertical Clearance: 15.8 feet