|September 2015 (39.91802 Degrees, -121.32107 Degrees) Storrie Bridge|
After several miles along the north bank of the North Fork, State Route 70 returns to the south bank on a highly skewed bridge with two camelback pony truss spans over the river.
Pony truss bridges are nice because they don't have the vertical clearance problems of through truss bridges. However, the high skew must put some weird stresses on the girders whenever a big truck drives by.
Plumas County, California Bridges: Storrie Bridge across the North Fork of the Feather River by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.