The steel bridge that Route 66 crosses over is roughly 3 miles north of the California Route 66 Museum and is unique in many ways.  For one, it’s design is unique whereas the steel trusses meet at odd angles because of the way the bridge was built over the Mojave River.  It is also the only bridge of this type that Route 66 crosses in California.  The railing along the roadbed exemplifies ornate ironwork that was common when the bridge was built in 1932.