|September 2013 (38.4170 Degrees, -121.2799 Degrees) Wilton Road Bridge|
The Wilton Road Bridge is a three span T girder bridge on broad pier walls and end diaphragm abutments. This bridge was built in 1957 but there are timber piles sticking out of the riverbed suggesting an older bridge was once here. Also, there is a through girder railroad bridge sitting just upstream. It looks like the bridge owners have placed a lot of riprap around the bridge to prevent scour. I would imagine the river can get pretty nasty in the spring.
Sacramento County, California Bridges: Wilton Road Bridge across the Cosumnes River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.