Regency Bridge • San Saba Texas Trip 03-19-2017

The Regency Bridge is a one-lane suspension bridge over the Colorado River it was built in 1939. The bridge closed late 2014 after some teenagers accidentally burned some wooden planks on the bridge. Governor Bush re-dedication the bridge after it was restored in 1997. The bridge span 325 ft with a wood surface.
The Regency Bridge became the last suspension bridge in Texas open to automobile traffic in 2005.
The weight limit of the bridge is 5000 lb (2300 kg).

The Regency Bridge is one of the coolest bridges in Texas I have ever seen. This should be on every Texans bucket list to visit.

Map Location:

GPS Location: 31°24′37″N 98°50′45″W


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3 Responses to Regency Bridge • San Saba Texas Trip 03-19-2017

  1. Pingback: Regency Bridge • San Saba Texas Trip 03-19-2017 | Heartland Dual Sport

  2. Love it my friend. This is a very pretty area,.
    Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a blessed week


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