did some checking, and this is actually a commissioned USDOT transportation corridor approaching the bridge from the east and ending at the west end. so, i guess we taxpayers will be paying for that demolition (or failure) someday. technically, the 'no trespassing' signs are not valid; this bridge still belongs to us. i'm wondering if the bridge is undergoing/passing regular inspections... if we are liable for people still using it as their driveway??
could someone in b.s. please post a pic of the bridge (same rail line) ruins just to the east? that would be great.
Well said, Bob. It is nothing like a preserve and to make matters worse, Santee owns half of the "park" but it is impossible to legally access it from the city itself. Heading up Sycamore Canyon will lead you through an unused sliver of MCAS Miramar that they refuse to give up.
call fish & game; they'll haul it out.
Big horn sheep get used to people just like most every other animal. These were up behind the parking lot at the casino on hiway 93 just before you get to Hoover Dam. The sheep in that area also walk right up along hiway 93 where it goes up into boulder city. I've seen them grazing right next to the Quality Inn...
great place. i remember it as a fishing camp/livery & bar in the 60's. when my family camped at pine bayou ranch (on the other side of the bayou to the west) during spring break, we could the guys partying and fishing all night long. thanks 4 sharing
looks like this photo was taken in goldfield??
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