National Register of Historic Places in Jackson County
This queen post truss bridge, with a span of fifty-eight feet, was built in 1922.
When the Antelope Creek Covered Bridge was listed on the national Register in 1979, it spanned Antelope Creek ten miles southeast of Eagle Point.
In August 1987, the bridge was dismantled, hauled to Eagle Point and reassembled as a pedestrian bridge over Little Butte Creek where it was relisted as National Register #88000273.
The photograph shows the reassembled bridge over Little Butte Creek.
Historic Covered Bridges in California
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