Kind of reminds me of the Model T tour across the Machinac Bridge in Michigan, years ago,We were advised to lower our top on the open car.
Can anyone read the licence plate. That's an interesting railroad bridge in the background.
It looks like a Califunny plate, '16 or '17 based upon the shape of the medallion. It looks more like the bear than the poppy. So it may be a very early '17 T with a '16 plate.
I don't know of any automobile bridges that long that were around that early. It does look like it could be the Carquinez Straits in the background, and at least one of the railroad bridges should predate that. The original steel Carquinez Bridge was completed in 1927 (I think). There are several others in the area. Maybe one of them?
Great Photo! Thank you again, Jay!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2