Before I went to Newport Beach a couple of weeks ago, I got out all my travel books to plan my attack for seeing as much as possible in a short time frame.
One of the things that was going to be close to where I was going to be was the Goldenrod Footbridge. Looks like this:
The plaque on the right post tells us just everything that average person wants to know:
Of course, you know that I’m not average….
Sadly, the only other information I could dredge up on the bridge is that it underwent seismic upgrades in 2011 to ensure that it could withstand a “large seismic event.” While original construction costs amounted to $10,884, the seismic retrofitting cost $140,000.
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