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Where We Live: July 2022

“Let’s build bridges, not walls.” —Martin Luther King, Jr.


Did You Know?

The Folsom Truss Bridge was built in 1893 to replace the Eklon Toll Bridge. Later, in 1917, the Rainbow Bridge was completed as a replacement for the Folsom Truss Bridge, which was left standing. In 1930, the State of California bought the bridge to replace a suspension bridge in Siskiyou County, and in that time, it became a historic bridge. In the late 1990s, Siskiyou County decided to replace the bridge, so the City of Folsom saw an opportunity to bring a piece of history back to its original location. It re-opened on April 15, 2000 as a pedestrian bridge.

Photo by Jason Keinigs  |  @holoholoyolo

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