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1912 Middle Bar Bridge


Max Rockatansky:
The Middle Bar Bridge is an iron truss span located on Mokelumne River in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.  The Middle Bar Bridge is one of the oldest highway corridors in California having originated as the connecting road between Jackson to Paloma.  The Middle Bar Bridge sits at the location of what was the placer mining town of Middle Bar.  The current Middle Bar Bridge is the fourth structure to span the Mokelumne River and was constructed during 1912.  The Middle Bar Bridge presently connects Middle Bar Road of Amador County to that of Gwin Mine Road of Calaveras County.


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