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Drawbridge Ghost Town

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This area, slowly sinking into the marshes, has been a ghost town since 1979. Its heyday was in the late 1800s to early 1900s when the South Pacific Railroad was in frequent use and train travelers were attracted by the pretty bay landscape. The railroad included two drawbridges - one crossing Mud Slough and the other crossing Coyote Creek, both of which were removed decades ago. It is part of the Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge but keep in mind it's closed to the public. (Photo by Jimmy Petterson)