|February 2013 Topo Map of Weber Creek|
The bridges crossing Weber Creek include:
B: Lotus Road Bridges, a 1920s era slab bridge and a 1980s era box girder bridge (shown on 2/22).
C: Green Valley Road Bridge, a concrete T girder bridge built in 1926 (shown on 2/21).
D1: The New State Route 50 Bridges, steel stringer bridges built in 1963 (shown from 2/11 to 2/13).
D2: The Old State Route 50 Bridge, a concrete T girder bridge built in 1938 (shown 2/11 to 2/13).
E: Forni Road Bridge, a three span concrete open spandrel arch built in 1914 (shown from 2/8 to 2/10).
F: The Southern Pacific Railroad Viaduct built in 1903 (shown from 2/14 to 2/16).
G: The State Route 49 Bridge, a one span concrete box girder bridge built in 1963 (shown on 2/17).
H: Big Cut Road Bridge a two span concrete T girder bridge built in 1922 (shown on 2/18).
I: Cedar Ravine Road Bridge, a single span concrete slab bridge built in 1930 (shown on 2/19).
J: The Newton Road Bridge, a small concrete slab bridge built in 1929 (shown on 2/20).
That's a lot of bridges for such a tiny creek. The much wider South Fork of the American River north of Weber Creek (that we previously studied) has far fewer bridges, probably because its more expensive to cross.