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Wagon Creek Pedestrian Bridge [2]
California

Recently completed in October 2010, the Wagon Creek Pedestrian Bridge crosses an arm of Lake Siskiyou outside Mt. Shasta City, California.  A lakeshore trail crosses the bridge, which ultimately goes around the lake.

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