|December 2012 (39.2977 Degrees, -121.0890 Degrees) South Yuba River Bridges|
This was an early success story for the preservation of an historic bridge. Since the bridge was already in a state park and the new highway bridge was being built downstream, it was easy to preserve the old bridge for pedestrian use.
There are four methods used for bridge preservation:
- Repair the bridge for continued use.
- Bypass and preserve the bridge.
- Move the bridge to a site with lighter or non-vehicular traffic.
- Rehabilitate the bridge while maintaining it's historic character.
Nevada County, California Bridges: South Yuba River Bridges (2) by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.