34: Geneva Street Bridge, Geneva Blvd. at Verdugo Flood Control Channel - 1937
35: Kennilworth Avenue Bridge, Kennilworth Ave. at Verdugo Flood Control Channel - 1937
36: Glenoaks Boulevard Bridge, Glenoaks Blvd. at Verdugo Flood Control Channel - 1937
http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/government/planning/reg3.pdf, page 37:
Three examples of the rare Vierendeel Truss bridge type
exist in Glendale. These may be the only ones remaining
in the United States. ...
The bridges span the Verdugo Wash at Glenoaks Boulevard,
Geneva Street, and Kenilworth Avenue. They are of
identical construction. Each bridge has one span of 95
feet which contains two traffic lanes. ...
The three Glendale Vierendeel bridges are significant
historic resources. The California Department of Transportation
has determined that they are eligible for listing
in the National Register of Historic Places because of the
purpose they serve and for their design and construction.