List of bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in California

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This is a list of bridges and tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places in California. [1]

NameImageBuiltListedLocationCountyType
Alexander-Acacia Bridge 1925, 19271984-01-05 Larkspur
37°55′49″N122°31′51″W / 37.93028°N 122.53083°W / 37.93028; -122.53083 (Alexander-Acacia Bridge)
Marin
Bridgeport Covered Bridge Bridgeport Covered Bridge2.jpg 18621971-07-14 French Corral Nevada Covered combination truss & arch
Burro Schmidt's Tunnel 19382003-03-20 Ridgecrest Kern Earthen tunnel
Calaveritas Creek Bridge 2015-11-06 Calaveritas
38°9′22″N120°36′35″W / 38.15611°N 120.60972°W / 38.15611; -120.60972 (Calaveritas Creek Bridge)
Calaveras
Carneros Creek Bridge on Old Sonoma Road 18962005-08-05 Napa
38°15′24″N122°20′22″W / 38.25667°N 122.33944°W / 38.25667; -122.33944 (Carneros Creek Bridge on Old Sonoma Road)
Napa Masonry arch
Colorado Street Bridge Pasadena Colorado Street Bridge 2005.jpg 19131981-02-12 Pasadena
34°8′41″N118°9′49″W / 34.14472°N 118.16361°W / 34.14472; -118.16361 (Colorado Street Bridge)
Los Angeles
Dinkey Creek Bridge Dinkey Creek Bridge.jpg 19381996-09-05 Dinkey Creek
37°4′3″N119°9′12″W / 37.06750°N 119.15333°W / 37.06750; -119.15333 (Dinkey Creek Bridge)
Fresno Timber bowstring arch truss
Durgan Bridge Durgan Bridge, Downieville, California.jpg 19382012-7-10 Downieville
39°33′35″N120°49′46″W / 39.55972°N 120.82944°W / 39.55972; -120.82944 (Durgan Bridge)
Sierra Highway Bridges of California MPS
Old Fair Oaks Bridge Fair Oaks Bridge.jpg 19072006-09-25 Fair Oaks
38°38′17″N121°15′54″W / 38.63806°N 121.26500°W / 38.63806; -121.26500 (Old Fair Oaks Bridge)
Sacramento Pennsylvania petit truss
Felton Covered Bridge Felton, California covered bridge.jpg 18921973-06-19 Felton
37°03′03″N122°04′15″W / 37.05083°N 122.07083°W / 37.05083; -122.07083 (Felton Covered Bridge)
Santa Cruz Covered Pratt-Warren truss
Fernbridge (bridge) Fernbridge.JPG 19111987-4-2 Fernbridge
40°36′51″N124°12′8″W / 40.61417°N 124.20222°W / 40.61417; -124.20222 (Fernbridge)
Humboldt Concrete arch bridge
First Street Bridge First Street Bridge, Spanning Napa River at First Street between Soscol, Napa (Napa County, California).jpg 19142004-08-05 Napa
38°18′6″N122°16′42″W / 38.30167°N 122.27833°W / 38.30167; -122.27833 (First Street Bridge)
Napa Concrete girder
Five Mile Drive-Sutter Creek Bridge 19101986-04-11 Ione
38°21′14″N120°57′27″W / 38.35389°N 120.95750°W / 38.35389; -120.95750 (Five Mile Drive-Sutter Creek Bridge)
Amador Pony Pratt half-truss
Garnett Creek Bridge on CA 29 1902, 19142005-08-05 Calistoga
38°35′35″N122°35′25″W / 38.59306°N 122.59028°W / 38.59306; -122.59028 (Garnett Creek Bridge on CA 29)
Napa Masonry arch
Garnett Creek Bridge on Greenwood Avenue 19042005-08-05 Calistoga
38°36′13″N122°35′18″W / 38.60361°N 122.58833°W / 38.60361; -122.58833 (Garnett Creek Bridge on Greenwood Avenue)
Napa Masonry arch
Generals' Highway Stone Bridges Generals Highway, Clover Creek Bridge, Spanning Clover Creek on Generals Highway, approxi, Three Rivers vicinity (Tulare County, California).jpg 1930, 19311978-09-13 Mineral King
36°36′27″N118°44′46″W / 36.60750°N 118.74611°W / 36.60750; -118.74611 (Generals' Highway Stone Bridges)
Tulare Stone
Georgia Street Bridge-Caltrans Bridge 19141999-02-12 San Diego
32°44′55″N117°8′40″W / 32.74861°N 117.14444°W / 32.74861; -117.14444 (Georgia Street Bridge-Caltrans Bridge)
San Diego Open-spandrel arch
Gianella Bridge Gianella Bridge, Spanning Sacramento River at State Highway 32, Hamilton City vicinity (Glenn County, California).jpg 1910, 1937, 19381982-07-08 Hamilton City
39°45′4″N121°59′46″W / 39.75111°N 121.99611°W / 39.75111; -121.99611 (Gianella Bridge)
Butte, Glenn Steel swing bridge
Glen Canyon Covered Bridge Covered Bridge, Glen Canyon (Santa Cruz County, California).jpg 1892, 19391984-05-17 Santa Cruz
37°0′0″N122°0′8″W / 37.00000°N 122.00222°W / 37.00000; -122.00222 (Glen Canyon Covered Bridge)
Santa Cruz Covered
Guerneville Bridge 19221989-08-04 Guerneville
38°30′4″N122°59′40″W / 38.50111°N 122.99444°W / 38.50111; -122.99444 (Guerneville Bridge)
Sonoma Pratt through truss
Hansen Bridge Hansen Bridge (Downieville, California).jpg 19352012-7-10 Downieville
39°33′47″N120°49′31″W / 39.56306°N 120.82528°W / 39.56306; -120.82528 (Hansen Bridge)
Sierra Highway Bridges of California MPS
Healdsburg Memorial Bridge Healdsburg Bridge 193708pu.jpg 19212011-4-11 Healdsburg
38°36′14″N122°51′36″W / 38.60389°N 122.86000°W / 38.60389; -122.86000 (Healdsburg Memorial Bridge)
Sonoma Pennsylvania (Petit) truss
Honey Run Covered Bridge Honey Run Covered Bridge.jpg 1894, 1895, 18961988-06-23 Chico
39°43′44″N121°42′9″W / 39.72889°N 121.70250°W / 39.72889; -121.70250 (Honey Run Covered Bridge)
Butte Covered Pratt truss
Hospital Bridge Hospital Bridge - Downieville, California.jpg 19102012-7-10 Downieville
39°34′11″N120°49′21″W / 39.56972°N 120.82250°W / 39.56972; -120.82250 (Hospital Bridge)
Sierra Highway Bridges of California MPS
I Street Bridge I Street Bridge (Sacramento).jpg 1910, 19111982-04-22 Sacramento
38°34′39″N121°30′18″W / 38.57750°N 121.50500°W / 38.57750; -121.50500 (I Street Bridge)
Sacramento, Yolo Double-deck steel truss
Jersey Bridge Downieville, California, at Main and Commercial St., looking south.jpg 2012-7-10 Downieville
39°33′30″N120°49′40″W / 39.55833°N 120.82778°W / 39.55833; -120.82778 (Jersey Bridge)
Sierra Highway Bridges of California MPS
Knight's Ferry Bridge Knight's Ferry covered bridge, Stanislaus River, California.jpg 2012-10-16 Knight's Ferry
37°39′48″N120°27′44″W / 37.66333°N 120.46222°W / 37.66333; -120.46222 (Knight's Ferry Bridge)
Stanislaus National Historic Landmark
La Loma Bridge La Loma Bridge.JPG 19142004-07-14 Pasadena
34°8′3″N118°9′57″W / 34.13417°N 118.16583°W / 34.13417; -118.16583 (La Loma Bridge)
Los Angeles
Lower Blackburn Grade Bridge Lower Blackburn Grade Bridge.jpg 19251981-06-25 Bridgeville
40°28′50″N123°53′22″W / 40.48056°N 123.88944°W / 40.48056; -123.88944 (Lower Blackburn Grade Bridge)
Humboldt reinforced concrete through arch
Maxwell Creek Bridge on Hardin Road 19092005-08-05 Locoallomi
38°36′6″N122°22′12″W / 38.60167°N 122.37000°W / 38.60167; -122.37000 (Maxwell Creek Bridge on Hardin Road)
Napa Masonry arch
Milliken Creek Bridge 19082004-08-05 Napa
38°19′32″N122°16′23″W / 38.32556°N 122.27306°W / 38.32556; -122.27306 (Milliken Creek Bridge)
Napa Stone arch
Mountain Quarries Bridge Mountain Quarries Bridge 2012-09-16 16-32-00.jpg 19122004-02-11 Auburn
38°54′46″N121°2′25″W / 38.91278°N 121.04028°W / 38.91278; -121.04028 (Mountain Quarries Bridge)
Placer Concrete arch
Napa Creek Bridge on Main St. 1860
removed 2006-05-24
Napa Napa Masonry arch
Napa River Bridge on Zinfandel Lane 19132005-08-05 St. Helena
38°29′44″N122°32′22″W / 38.49556°N 122.53944°W / 38.49556; -122.53944 (Napa River Bridge on Zinfandel Lane)
Napa Masonry arch
Oaklawn Bridge and Waiting Station 19061973-07-16 South Pasadena
34°7′8″N118°9′8″W / 34.11889°N 118.15222°W / 34.11889; -118.15222 (Oaklawn Bridge and Waiting Station)
Los Angeles
Oregon Creek Covered Bridge OREGON CREEK C.B., YUBA COUNTY CALIFORNIA.jpg 18601975-05-30 North San Juan
39°23′48″N121°4′52″W / 39.39667°N 121.08111°W / 39.39667; -121.08111 (Oregon Creek Covered Bridge)
Yuba Covered
Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge (Torrance).jpg 19121989-07-13 Torrance
33°50′15″N118°18′39″W / 33.83750°N 118.31083°W / 33.83750; -118.31083 (Pacific Electric Railroad Bridge)
Los Angeles Deck arch
Pope Street Bridge Pope Street Bridge, Napa River, St. Helena, CA 10-9-2011 6-06-46 PM.JPG 18941972-10-05 St. Helena
38°30′41″N122°27′17″W / 38.51139°N 122.45472°W / 38.51139; -122.45472 (Pope Street Bridge)
Napa Triple arch
Rattlesnake Canyon Bridge 2017-01-17 Santa Barbara
34°27′27″N119°41′32″W / 34.45750°N 119.69222°W / 34.45750; -119.69222 (Rattlesnake Canyon Bridge)
Santa Barbara Stone arch
San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge Sfbaybridge at night.jpg 19362001-08-13 San Francisco San Francisco Cantilever truss/suspension
Sather Gate and Bridge Sather Gate.Jpg 19101982-03-25 Berkeley
37°52′14″N122°15′31″W / 37.87056°N 122.25861°W / 37.87056; -122.25861 (Sather Gate and Bridge)
Alameda
Swartz Creek Bridge on Aetna Springs Road 19122005-08-05 Aetna Springs
38°39′12″N122°28′32″W / 38.65333°N 122.47556°W / 38.65333; -122.47556 (Swartz Creek Bridge on Aetna Springs Road)
Napa Masonry arch
Tower Bridge Tower Bridge Sacramento edit.jpg 1934–19361982-06-24 Sacramento, Yolo
38°34′18″N121°30′25″W / 38.57167°N 121.50694°W / 38.57167; -121.50694 (Tower Bridge)
Sacramento Vertical-lift bridge
Wawona Covered Bridge Wawona Covered Bridge, Spanning South Fork Merced River on service road, Wawona (Mariposa County, California).jpg 1868, 1878, 19562007-01-11 Wawona
37°32′19″N119°39′17″W / 37.53861°N 119.65472°W / 37.53861; -119.65472 (Wawona Covered Bridge)
Mariposa Covered modified queenpost through truss
Yosemite Valley Bridges Happy Isles Bridge.jpg 19221977-11-25 Yosemite Village Mariposa Rustic
Zane's Ranch Bridge
removed 1976-06-10
Eureka Humboldt

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