The historic Mt. Quarries Railroad Bridge, which supported a rail line constructed in 1912 used to haul limestone up to Auburn, is often referred to as the "No Hands Bridge."
The historic Mt. Quarries Railroad Bridge, which supported a rail line constructed in 1912 used to haul limestone up to Auburn, is often referred to as the "No Hands Bridge." Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo
The historic Mt. Quarries Railroad Bridge, which supported a rail line constructed in 1912 used to haul limestone up to Auburn, is often referred to as the "No Hands Bridge." Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo