Yuba County, California Bridges: Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railroad Bridge across the Yuba River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
The next bridge across the Yuba River is the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railroad Bridge, which is made up of Warren truss spans. This five span bridge is 792 ft long with 153 ft long river spans composed of six panels with sloping end panels. An additional 102 ft long truss span goes over Biz Johnson Drive and so it's also called the Biz Johnson Drive Underpass (16C0094). Both bridges were built in 1927.
|October 2013 (39.13408 Degrees, -121.59287 Degrees) BNSF Railway Viaduct|
Actually this rail line belongs to Union Pacific at one time (before 1982)it was the Western Pacific.
BNSF has track rights and uses it quite a lot.
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