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Dry Creek Bridge, Spanning Dry Creek at Cook Road, Ione, Amador County, CA

Dry Creek Bridge, Spanning Dry Creek at Cook Road, Ione, Amador County, CA

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Significance: The Dry Creek Bridge on Cook Road is the oldest known unmodified metal truss bridge in California erected by the San Francisco Bridge Company. This Pratt through truss bridge was determined eligible for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Place under Criterion C at the local level of significance.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N399
Survey number: HAER CA-172
Building/structure dates: 1895 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
San Francisco Bridge Company, Engineer


Ione (Calif.)38.31851, -121.00098
Google Map of 38.318506, -121.0009821


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