That structure that you see below the Willow Canyon Bridge is not another bridge. It is in fact an aquifer that bridges the irrigation canal. I crossed that bridge on foot at or around 3:00 AM on a cocktail induced dare. Made it across safely but I did not attempt to recross it.
Yeah, I thought about that million dollar view when I first saw this bridge. I'd sure like to cross it someday.
This is a remarkable bridge. It's HUGE. Just look how it dwarfs the bridge next to it. It TOWERS over it. The train crews must get a million dollar view that only they get to enjoy. Lucky dogs. The bridge is so narrow underneath the locomotive that it must seem as if the train is flying over the canyon. My goodness, what if the train broke down or caught on fire while out on the bridge? How would the train crew get out of there? And it's been around for 98 years. Amazing.