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At the far eastern edge of the Inland Empire’s San Bernardino Valley lies a more than century old steel bridge that for generations spanned the longest river in Southern California – the Santa Ana River. Closed to vehicle traffic due to inability to handle the demands of the modern roadways, the Santa Ana River Bridge, […]

via An Historic Bridge and the Source of Southern California’s Longest River Await Visitors to East Highland — exploresoutherncal

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