|March 2014 (37.01049 Degrees, -122.04384 Degrees) Powder Works Bridge|
In 1924 the property was purchased by the Freemasons and turned into Paradise Park with picnic grounds and brightly painted houses.
The Powder Works Bridge is a 180 ft long two span timber truss covered bridge. It is currently being considered by the National Park Service as a National Historic Landmark. The Felton Covered Bridge that we studied on March 18, 2014 is registered as a historic place, but it was rebuilt and moved and so it wouldn't qualify as a historic landmark. Since the Powder Works Bridge is on private land, it's up to the park residents to decide if they want their bridge to become a famous landmark.
Santa Cruz County, California Bridges: Powder Works Bridge across the San Lorenzo River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.