|December 2012 (39.2609 Degrees, -121.0193 Degrees) Pine Street Bridge|
I'm still not sure if this is a new or an old bridge. A placard on the barrier rail said that it was built in 1996 and that it's a replica of a 1903 single span arch bridge that was built on this site. However, the usually reliable Bridgehunter wrote that the bridge was simply reconditioned in 1996. The Bridgehunter goes on to say that this is the oldest surviving three hinge steel arch bridge in California.
We'll take a closer look tomorrow and see if we can figure out whether it is a new or an old bridge.
Nevada County, California Bridges: Pine Street Bridge across Deer Creek (1) by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.