The Bridgeport Covered Bridge was originally built in 1862. Located in South Yuba River State Park, the bridge spans 226 feet and is 16 feet wide. The Bridgeport Covered Bridge is the only remaining single-span Howe Truss-Burr Arch covered timber bridge of this size in the nation and is listed on the National Register of Historic Structures. It is a major attraction used by 150,000 visitors each year as a pedestrian bridge across the South Yuba River in Nevada County, California.
The historic Shell Gas Station was built in 1927. The interior of the station and store features 1927-1933 era historic Shell products, automotive items, emergency vehicle supplies, and simple store products. The garage section incorporates a model of the Bridgeport Swimming Resort and gas station areas plus other interpretive materials.
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