|April 2013 (38.19278 Degrees, -120.80583 Degrees) Lime Creek Road Bridge|
Continuing east on Lime Creek Road we come to another (almost identical) second bridge across Young's Creek. The Creek meanders to the north and then comes back across Lime Creek Road.
The second Lime Creek Road Bridge (30C0019) was built in 1917 (two years later) and it's another two span reinforced concrete T girder bridge. It is 47 ft long and 23 ft wide. It's in good condition, carries 100 vehicles a day, and has a sufficiency rating of 71.5. The strange thing is that the substructure of a bridge is just south of the current bridge. Perhaps they changed the alignment of the road or the previous bridge was washed out by a flood?
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