Sweetwater River – State 94

Built: 1929

Bypassed: 1987

Originally built by San Diego County, this bridge is a good example of a Pratt Through Truss type span, at least for San Diego County. It still serves as part of a bicycle path along the Sweetwater River and State 94.

Portion of the plan set for the bridge from 1928.
Portion of the plan set for the bridge from 1928.
View of the deck of the bridge. The trees here have grown to cover the span.
View of the deck of the bridge. The trees here have grown to cover the span.
Detail of the end caps.
Detail of the end caps.
East approach to the bridge. The cracks in the pavement show there is concrete underneath.
East approach to the bridge. The cracks in the pavement show there is concrete underneath.
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