Southern Pacific Swing Bridge

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California United States
37° 29' 51.01'', -122° 6' 32.4''
Redwood City
Southern Pacific Swing Bridge
Southern Pacific Swing Bridge
Southern Pacific Swing Bridge
Light rain throughout the day.
51℉WSW at 5 knots
Low05:27AM1.758ft
High11:11AM8.593ft
Low05:56PM-0.284ft
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Closed vertical clearance13

About


Introduction:

The South Pacific Railroad Swing Bridge is a discontinued swing bridge that used to carry rail traffic across South San Francisco Bay into Palo Alto. It has been abandoned and is permanently in the open position.

Navigating the Bridge:

Use NOAA Chart 18651.

Charatceristics: The bridge has a closed vertical clearance of 13 feet with 125 feet of clearance within the center span. Traveling southward, depths shallow quickly past flashing red “16” at Dumbarton Point.

Bridge Schedule:

This bridge is no longer in use by rail traffic and has been left permanently in the open position

Local Notices to Mariners:

Local Notices to Mariners are available online from the U.S. Coast Guard.


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