Stanislaus County Points of Interest
The Roberts Ferry Bridge over the Tuolumne River has a span of approximately two hundred feet.
The original metal truss bridge was replaced in 2000 by a concrete bridge tricked out with a non-structural wooden roof.
Anonymous the Athenian observed on BridgeHunter.com:
I have seen this before. We used this before. We defeated the Trojans by hiding in a wooden horse. Granted we were able to disguise ourselves perfectly while in Troy for the evening. Nobody ever guessed that we had a group of brave men inside that horse.
Unfortunately, everybody in California will see that there is a UCEB hidden in this wooden cover. Sorry CalTrans, but you need to consult the Athenians before you try to hide things in wooden frames.
Webmaster note: UCEB = Ugly Concrete Eyesore Bridge