The North Face
The arch bridge was built in 1880 and rebuilt in 1950. The arch span must have been very small, as it is almost impossible to see. Look closely, behind the modern steel beam, you can just see the bottom of the arch. The beams were, apparently, added to support a wider roadway to support two lanes of roadway capable of handling the weight of automobiles.
Photo taken by J.R. Manning in August 2008
BH Photo #120318