Swept Away By A Flood, The Remains Of The Douglas Memorial Bridge In Northern California Are Eerily Beautiful
Here in Northern California, we’re well aware of the incredible things that Mother Nature is capable of. Although it can certainly be beautiful, nature can also be brutal. Over 50 years ago, a flood of mammoth proportions wiped out a California town and the stately Douglas Memorial Bridge. What’s left of it can still be seen to this day, and it’s well worth a stop when you find yourself passing through.
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