|January 2014 (38.47409 Degrees, -122.02966 Degrees) Pleasants Valley Road Bridge
US Library of Congress.
The old bridge was 70 ft long and less than 18 ft wide. The photos show the old bridge was covered in swallow nests, which I've noticed on many bridges in this region. In fact, I've seen some bridges covered with mesh to keep away the swallows, although the nests don't reduce the bridge's capacity.
Library of Congress). They discuss in detail the agricultural development of Pleasants Valley that we found to be continuing today. Much of the area is organically farmed and we saw roadside stands selling olive oil and honey that had been produced in the region.
Solano County, California Bridges: Pleasants Valley Road Bridge across Pleasants Creek by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.