|April 2013 (38.19278 Degree, -120.81000 Degree) Lime Creek Road Bridge|
The Lime Creek Road Bridge across Youngs Creek was built in 1915 (98 years ago). It's a two span T girder bridge on a pier wall with cutwater ends. A fence placed on the outside of the bridge may be to prevent debris from accumulating on the deck. The bridge is composed of two, 27 ft long spans, it's on a 35 degree skew, and it has two, 10 ft wide vehicular lanes.
The bridge carries 100 vehicles a day with a 'good' deck, a 'poor' superstructure, and a 'fair' substructure for a sufficiency rating of 65.5 in 2010. For some reason the bridge received a sufficiency rating of 93.9 in 2000.
Calaveras County, California Bridges: Lime Creek Road Bridge across Youngs Creek by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.