Historic Bridges: San Francisco Bay
Special Bridge Conditions Legend: R - Former location of relocated bridge.
! - At risk for demolition or destruction.
X - Confirmed demolished or
- Dismantled and/or in storage.
Severe loss of historic integrity due to alteration.
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Total Bridges Found: 4
Railroad (Abandoned Southern Pacific) Over San Francisco Bay in Newark and Menlo Park: Alameda County, California and San Mateo County, California, United States
Metal Rivet-Connected Pennsylvania Through Truss, Movable: Swing (Rim Bearing Center Pier) and Approach Spans: Metal 7 Panel Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss,
Length: 7,842 ft.
Main Span: 310 ft.
Main Spans: 1
By: W. E. Marsh and C. R. Broughton
and William Hood
US-101 and CA-1 Over San Francisco Bay in San Francisco and Sausalito: San Francisco County, California and Marin County, California, United States
Metal Deck Truss Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Braced Ribbed Deck Arch, Fixed
Length: 8,981 ft.
Main Span: 4,200 ft.
Roadway: 62 ft.
Main Spans: 3
By: Bethlehem Steel Company of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
and Charles Alton Ellis and Joseph Strauss
I-580 Over San Francisco Bay in Richmond and San Rafael: Contra Costa County, California and Marin County, California, United States
Metal Cantilever Rivet-Connected Warren Through Truss, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal 8 Panel Rivet-Connected Warren Deck Truss, Fixed
Length: 21,346 ft.
Main Span: 1,087 ft.
Roadway: 72.2 ft.
Main Spans: 6
By: Judson Pacific Murphy-Kiewit
and Norman C. Raab
I-80 Over San Francisco Bay in San Francisco and Oakland: San Francisco County, California and Alameda County, California, United States
Metal Deck Truss Stiffening Wire Cable Suspension, Fixed and Approach Spans: Metal Cantilever Rivet-Connected Modified Warren Through Truss, Fixed
Length: 22,655 ft.
Main Span: 2,310 ft.
Roadway: 58 ft.
Main Spans: 9
By: American Bridge Company of New York, New York
and Charles Henry Purcell, Charles E. Andrew, and Glen Woodruff