3 parcels totaling 10.1 acres in beautiful City of Fort Bragg
Pudding Creek is a stream in California, located in Mendocino County. It is a small tributary of the Noyo River, and flows through the town of Fort Bragg. The stream is named after a type of thick, creamy dessert, which it is said to resemble due to its smooth and slow-moving nature. The Pudding Creek Trestle, which spans the stream, is a popular tourist attraction and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Glass Beach is a beach in Fort Bragg, California, located on the coast of Mendocino County. It is known for its unique and colorful pebbles, which are made from pieces of glass that have been worn smooth by the ocean over time. The glass on the beach comes from years of garbage being dumped into the ocean and washing up onto the shore.
The Skunk Train is a historic narrow-gauge railway in Mendocino County, California. It was originally built in the late 19th century to transport logs from the redwood forests of the region to the mills along the coast. The railway was named the "Skunk Train" because it was powered by steam engines that emitted a distinctive smell similar to that of a skunk. In the early 20th century, the Skunk Train was converted to carry passengers and became a popular tourist attraction. It traveled through the redwood forests and along the Pudding Creek Trestle, a wooden trestle bridge that spans Pudding Creek in Fort Bragg.
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