Crossing the scenic Geysers Road Bridge
Geysers Road Bridge is a truss bridge with Phoenix columns located in Sonoma County, in Northern California, in USA. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
This gorgeous old iron bridge is 45.25 m (148.47 ft) long over the Big Sulphur Creek. The bridge was originally erected in 1909 and relocated here in 1937. The bridge carries the scenic Geysers Road.
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