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Photographs of Historic Bridges in Napa County

Photographs Contributed by Al Edmister

Aetna Springs Road over Swartz Creek. This 1912, 1 arch stone bridge, is in the upper part of the Berryessa drainage. Aetna Springs Road over Swartz Creek
Plaque commemorating Aetna Springs Bridge shown above. Plaque commemorating Aetna Springs Bridge
Atlas Peak Road over Milliken Creek NE of Napa. Atlas Peak Road over Milliken Creek
Greenwood Ave., N of Calistoga, over Garnett Creek. This 1904, 1 stone arch bridge is 0.2mi NE of Myrtledale Rd. This photo shows Boby Christen driving pony Pretty Boy in June of 2003. Greenwood Ave., N of Calistoga, over Garnett Creek

The 1908 Milliken Creek bridge, AKA "Little Trancas bridge," pictured here just after the Jan. 1, 2006 flood, now serves one-way traffic connecting Trancas Street to the Silverado Trail in Napa.

The 1908 Milliken Creek bridge
Main Street bridge over Napa Creek is in downtown Napa, between Pearl & First Streets. This 1 arch stone bridge, built in 1860, is the oldest stone bridge in California still in use. Main Street bridge over Napa Creek
Built in 1896 on old Sonoma Road over Carneros Creek east of Napa. Old Sonoma Road over Carneros Creek east of Napa
This 1894, 3 arch stone bridge on Pope Street in St. Helena connects to the Silverado Trail as it crosses the Napa River. 3 arch stone bridge on Pope Street in St. Helena
The bridge on Knoxville-Berryessa Rd. over Putah Creek during construction in 1901. With its 3 archs it was considered the "Queen of Napa Bridges." It is now under Lake Berryessa. The bridge on Knoxville-Berryessa Rd. over Putah Creek
Bridge on Knoxville-Berryessa Road over Putah Creek as completed. Bridge on Knoxville-Berryessa Road over Putah Creek as completed
This stone arch bridge spans Soda Creek, north of Napa, and used to carry the Silverado Trail. Stone arch bridge spanning Soda Creek
Built in 1914 according to the plaque at the bridge's center, this bridge is on State Route 29 over Garnett Creek north of Calistoga. Bridge on State Route 29 oveer Garnett Creek

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