|November 2012 (39.1856 Degrees, -120.7613 Degrees) Euchre Bar Bridge|
Russell pointed out several bridges that I still haven't photographed. Way upstream are the Palisade Creek and the Soda Spring Road Bridges. Just a couple miles upstream from today's bridge are the remains of the Humbug Bar Bridge (see below). This whole area was heavily mined and many of the bridges used during the nineteenth century have been rebuilt (like the Euchre Bar Bridge) or lie in ruins (like the Humbug Bar Bridge). Apparently, I still have a lot of work to do if I want a complete set of photos of the North Fork Bridges.
Since, we are now at the farthest point that I've traveled upstream, over the next several days we'll go back downstream (from bridge to bridge) until we reach the confluence of the North Fork and the Middle Fork of the American River.
Placer County, California Bridges: Euchre Bar Bridge across the North Fork of the American River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.