|Rosecrans Bridge, Photo courtesy of WalkinginLA|
South of the I-105/I-710 Interchange we passed a utility bridge full of pipes and then we came to the Rosecrans Avenue Bridges (53C0190L/R). They're both eight span T girder bridges built in 1951 and widened in 1972. The river has a touch of green but it's mostly lichen growing on concrete. Rosecrans Avenue was named after a Union General who purchased 13,000 acres south of Los Angeles in 1869.
Los Angeles County, California Bridges: Rosecrans Avenue Bridge across the Los Angeles River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.