“the last crossing before the Eel arrives at the Pacific Ocean”
Fernbridge is a 1,320-foot-long (402.3 m) concrete arch bridge designed by American engineer John B. Leonard which opened in 1911 at the site of an earlier ferry crossing of the Eel River. Fernbridge is the last crossing before the Eel arrives at the Pacific Ocean, and anchors one end of California State Route 211 leading to Ferndale, California. When built, it was named the "Queen of Bridges" and is still the longest, functional poured concrete bridge in operation in the world.
It's cool. You have to Yale take a nearby access road to get to the place the picture for this was taken from.
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