Recognized for its historical significance, the bridge was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and listed in the Register in 1951. It is also commonly referred to as the M Street Bridge. Serving as a crucial link between West Sacramento in Yolo County and the West, the Tower Bridge is diligently maintained by the California Department of Transportation. Its architectural design is a rare and captivating example of the Streamlined Moderne style integrated into a lift bridge, showcasing an exceptional blend of social and architectural expression. As a prominent symbol of the region's history and engineering marvel, the Tower Bridge is a testament to human ingenuity and the seamless fusion of design and functionality.
Historic Bridge & Walking
Took a stroll through Old Sacramento and over the Tower Bridge. A warm day with a slight breeze, perfect for a walk along the river. On my way home, I stopped in Stage 9 gift shop to play a video game but used my quarters to flatten a copper penny instead. I plan to give it to a VIP. They have the most unique toys and rare items. I love that store!
I've always loved yellow & gold, so I had to see this yellow bridge in person. Took a brief 15 min stroll over and couldn't stop smiling. As I got closer, I could see the Tower Bridge was not yellow...it's GOLD! Even better!
It’s beautiful at the sunset. We can walk and enjoy the time. I loved it in the evening. The sunset and the gold electroplated yellow colour gives stunning views.
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