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One of the few pre-1940 suspension bridges in Texas. The Beveridge Bridge is a 140′ long wood deck supported by three-pole pylons, iron pipes, rods, and castings single lane, parallel wire suspension bridge that spans the San Saba River just north of the city San Saba. It was closed to vehicular traffic in 2004 when a new concrete […]
The San Saba Wedding Oak Tree is an old and massive live oak tree that is located in San Saba. Also known as the “Matrimonial Altar,” the “Marriage Oak,” the “Matrimonial Oak,” or the “Wedding Oak”; this large oak tree, according to legend, was the site of Indian Marriage Ceremonies. When early settlers arrived they […]