On the Connors Road in Fairhaven, lies the Connors Bridge. The Connors Road connects Whalen St. in the Downtown Fairhaven area, and Burke St. in Ripley Point. The bridge contains two decks, one above the other, each held up by a reinforced truss measuring 15' in height. But what will become of this engineering marvel in a life after people?
1 Day After People: The Fairhaven power grid breaks down, and the Connors Bridge goes dark forever.
50 Years After People: It has been 50 years without maintenance, and now.... Some of the paint has deteriorated on the truss of the bridge. Still, the truss remains intact, even though it is corroded by rust.
200 Years After People: It has been 2 centennia in a life after people, and now.... The bottom roadway truss gives way, sending it crashing down into the Connors Bay.
300 Years After People: It has been 3 centennia in a life after people, and now.... The top roadway begins to break down slightly, and the rest of the central section collapses into the Connors Bay.
500 Years After People: It has been 5 centennia in a life after people, and somehow, it has outlived the Heflin Bridge and the Alienware HQ , but now it's time.... The corroded towers begin to give way, and finally collapse into the Connors Bay. No signs of the bridge remain, and Burke and Whalen are forever separated.