Monterey County - California (just above Point Sur)
From the granddaddy of all economic stimuli - built by the Works Progress Administration under President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932.
I was slack-jawed by this feat of engineering as I stood there. The span is curved and banked and climbs in elevation from north to south. This is one of many single-arch concrete bridges along the west coast of the United States, built by the WPA. At 79 meters (260 feet) high and 213 meters (700 feet) long - it is one of the largest.
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