Lion Bridge

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Lion Bridge
Other name(s) 7th Street Bridge
Carries Cars and pedestrians
Crosses Tuolumne River
Locale Modesto, Shackelford, and Bystrom, California
Construction cost $111,000[1]
Opened March 17, 1916[1]
Coordinates 37°37′37″N 120°59′38″W / 37.62694°N 120.99389°W / 37.62694; -120.99389Coordinates: 37°37′37″N 120°59′38″W / 37.62694°N 120.99389°W / 37.62694; -120.99389

The Lion Bridge is a historic cantilever bridge built over the Tuolumne River in central Stanislaus County which connects the city of Modesto, California on the north with the census-designated places of Shackelford and Bystrom on the south.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Osborn, B. J. Modesto: An Informal History. iUniverse. Retrieved 10 March 2013.