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Moody Bridge, Spanning South Fork Eel River, Garberville, Humboldt County, CA

Moody Bridge, Spanning South Fork Eel River, Garberville, Humboldt County, CA

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Significance: Moody Bridge is one of four remaining Parker, pin-connected through truss steel bridges in California. It embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, and method of construction. The bridge was designed by R.L. Thomas for Humboldt County.
Survey number: HAER CA-4
Building/structure dates: 1937- 1938 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1955 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1964- 1965 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1980 Demolished
Building/structure dates: 1908-1909 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1960 Subsequent Work



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Thomas, R L
Sheely, Charles G
County of Humbolt
Tooby Family
Connors, G W
Anderson, H A




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