Originally Posted by primer1
I've seen that cave in a movie or tv show, any idea?
I need a camera other than my old phone.
No idea. I do know that the Bixby Creek Bridge is the second most photographed bridge on the West Coast (behind the Golden Gate Bridge). As I said earlier, my grandfather was one of the construction engineers on the project. I have some pictures of when he was working there and on the rest of the Big Sur highway project in the 1930's. One picture I have around here somewhere shows a steam shovel perched on a sheer cliff nibbling the roadway out of the hillside.
This from Wiki:
In popular culture
2010 U.S. Postal Service Express Mail stamp.
The bridge is “one of the most photographed features on the West Coast” due to its pleasing aesthetic design and because of its location along the scenic Central Coast of California, and has frequently been used in automobile commercials. The bridge has become a regional landmark and was used in the opening sequences of the television series Then Came Bronson,the films Play Misty for Me and The Sandpiper. The bridge was also in a first season episode of NBC's show Heroes ("Company Man"), even though the scene was set in Texas. The bridge figures prominently in posters and other publicity material of the Big Sur International Marathon. An outline image of the bridge forms the logo for Central Coast ABC, the area's ABC Television Network affiliate on KSBW-TV (Channel 8.2).
The bridge was commemorated in an Express mail stamp issued on February 3, 2010. The United States Postal Service introduced a $18.30 definitive stamp designed by Carl T. Herrman of North Las Vegas, Nevada. The stamp features a color digital illustration of Bixby Creek Bridge in California, by Dan Cosgrove of Clarendon Hills, Illinois.