In spring of 1938, a huge flood (See: Los Angeles Flood of 1938) wiped out many bridges, and structures around the rivers of the Los Angeles area. It also wiped out was a road being built to the mountain resort city of Wrightwood. Today, what remains of the original 1938 is well, the Bridge to Nowhere. A single arch bridge crossing the Narrows of the East Fork of the San Gabriel River. The bridge is similar to many built around the 1930s in California. In the 1960s an attempt to rebuild a road failed. The ruins of that project is Shoemaker Canyon Rd. the Road to Nowhere. Today, they're both used by bikers and hikers, although the Bridge to Nowhere is also used by Bunjee America.