Goat Canyon Trestle

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----- NOTE: This attraction is on private property (and behind a fence) so proceed at your own risk ----- The history of the bridge starts in 1933 when it was completed. Today, it is still the largest all-wood trestle bridge spanning 750 feet. It was part of the San Diego and Arizona Eastern Railway. In 2008, all rail traffic here came to an end. Only experienced hikers should attempt to traverse this part of the Anza-Borrego. Driving to the trailhead will require a 4WD otherwise you might get stuck. Crossing the bridge is forbidden and trespassers will be cited by authorities. (Photo by Brian M. Good)

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Abandoned Trains on the way to Goat Canyon