Regency Suspension Bridge

By: jwilder

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The Regency Bridge, locally known as the "Swinging Bridge," is a one-lane suspension bridge over the Colorado River.

The bridge was build in 1939, and restored in 1999. The bridge has been closed to car traffic since 2019.

It is open to foot traffic. Be warned, guard rails are simply two cables. I would not allow any children on this bridge without strict supervision.

The Regency suspension bridge is 107 miles due west of the Waco Suspension Bridge, in Waco, Texas. The nearest towns are Brownwood to the north, and Goldthwaite to the east.

It is located at the intersection of Mills County Road 433 and San Saba County Road 137. Both of these roads are gravel, but they're in good condition.

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James Wilder

James Wilder is the owner, writer, photographer, designer, and developer for MOTOR Texas.


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