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http://www-dev.santacruzpl.org/media/img/site/local_history/LH-scpl-544.jpg
Note on back: Built in 1892

Date: Circa 1960s
Source: Unknown
Type: PHOTO

http://www-dev.santacruzpl.org/media/img/site/local_history/LH-scpl-542.jpg

Date: Circa 1960s
Source: Unknown
Type: PHOTO

https://www-dev.santacruzpl.org/media/LocalHistoryUpload/PC-ELLIS-003A.jpg
"Welcome to 1880 and Roaring Camp." Visitors cross the old-fashion Covered Bridge to enter California of the 1880's as they arrive at Roaring Camp.

Date: Undated
Source: Faye Ellis
Type: POSTCARD

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-123.pdf

Date: 3/14/1995
Source: San Jose Mercury News, March 14, 1995, p.1B.
Type: ARTICLE

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-122.pdf

Date: Undated
Source: This fact sheet originally appeared on the City of Santa Cruz's Web site.
Type: ARTICLE

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-121.pdf

Date: 1999-02
Source: Excerpt from the City of Santa Cruz Public Works Department's "Soquel Avenue Bridge Project Fact Sheet", February 1999.
Type: ARTICLE

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-120.pdf

Date: 1979
Source: This article is a chapter from Ghost Towns of the Santa Cruz Mountains, by John V. Young. Western Tanager Press, c1979, c1984.
Type: ARTICLE

Santa Cruz 007.jpg
Street with horse and carriage and a covered bridge in the background

Date: circa 1906
Source: Bartholomew, Bart
Type: PHOTO

Santa Cruz 006.jpg

Date: circa 1906
Source: Bartholomew, Bart
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/wd/WD-024.jpg
The West Cliff bridge was built in 1918 by the Southern Pacific Railroad over its tracks near Washington and Beach Streets. The wooden bridge is 62 feet long and was constructed using the 1840 truss design patented by William Howe.

Date: 1992
Type: PHOTO

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