Plumas County Points of Interest
The railroad bridge and the highway bridge cross over the North Fork Feather River.
The 290 foot long highway bridge is a single span truss bridge that was built in 1936 when State Route 70 was constructed in the Feather River Gorge.
The 234 foot long railroad bridge is a single span camelback Pratt truss bridge that was built by the Western Pacific Railroad in 1910.
Another pair of bridges, the Pulga Bridges, cross over the river about sixteen miles west of here on the Feather River Scenic Byway.