Looks like it was made with Lincoln Logs and an Erector Set.
Very cool though!
Visited bridge and took pictures after two years of talking about it!
One of the CCC builders of this bridge has vivid memories of every aspect of the building process. He was honored at the dedication ceremony for his contributions. He, like this bridge, is a living testament to beautiful craftsmanship and pride in hard work!
I guess my guess must have been right since James had the bridge C.C.C. categorized before I even commented. Probably should read the entire report before opening my mouth.
Our local California expert will have to do some research, but I am willing to guess this bridge was built by the Civilian Conservation Corp. The design details look similar to other C.C.C. constructed bridge in the west, and the date of construction also fit that timetable.
Very interesting find! I always love to see these older timber trusses.
Well James, you found a jewel right here. I have never heard of this bridge before and what a great find. I believe I shall have to make a trip down that way one of these months.
I cant believe that no one has added this bridge onto this site before!