Would you drive across this bridge? It's one lane wide with no railings whatsoever, too narrow to allow for the slightest variance from the path. The surface is not at all smooth, and the wooden planks can get slippery when frost settles. This is the Vitim River Bridge in Siberia. It once carried trains, which explains why it's so narrow. Not many drivers try it, but if you cross it successfully, you can join a Facebook group for those who have accomplished the feat.