The two bridges of Ponts de la Caille span the gorge of the river Usses on the road between Geneva and Annecy. The bridges are located about 2k south of Cruseilles in the Haute-Savoie region. The old bridge is known as the Pont
Charles-Albert and was completed in 1839. Parallel to the old bridge is Pont Caquot or Pont Neuf which was built in 1925. The old bridge is now restricted to pedestrian use only. My photographs were taken in July 2015.