Location #13

The current north Bradley Rd. bridge. This was built in 1930, and is located about 200 yards northwest of the old bridge. So, for all but about five years this was the bridge used on US 101 until the current freeway bypass in the 1950's. I was very impressed with design and asthetics of this particular bridge, and took quite a few shots of it.

View looking east from just north of the bridge.

View looking north east from the west end of the bridge. I like this angle the best.
Same area as the above photo showing the support structure underneath. It almost seems like overkill. Maybe because of the problems with the first bridge.
The date engraving on the east end of the bridge.
View of the north side of the bridge from near the east end.
View of the south side from the east end.


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