National Register of Historic Places in Mariposa County, California
There are eight granite-faced, concrete arch road bridges on the valley floor. Thay were constructed between 1921 and 1933, vith five built in 1928.
The bridges are similar in design, but vary in size and cunfiguration. All bridges are constructed of reinforced concrete in the form of a sent elliptical or three-centercd arch. The concrete is veneered with rough quarried, rock-raced granite which is laid in an uncoursed rubble bond. Thb bridges feature finely cut, rock-faced voussoirs and keystones.
Six bridges span the Merced River, one spans Yosemite Creek and one spans Tenaya Creek.
|Name||Year||Address||Remarks||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Yosemite Creek Bridge||1922||Yosemite Creek Bridge|
|Ahwahnee Bridge||1928||Ahwahnee Bridge|
|Clark Bridge||1928||Clark Bridge|
|Pohono Bridge||1928||Pohono Bridge|
|Sugar Pine Bridge||1928||Sugar Pine Bridge|
|Tenaya Bridge||1928||Tenaya Bridge|
|Happy Isles Bridge||1929||Happy Isles Bridge|
|Stonemean Bridge||1933||Stonemean Bridge|