Woodbridge's rich history can be depicted at the Masonic Cemetery on Lower Sacramento Road. Several founders of Woodbridge and Lodi are buried here.
ROSS FARROW/NEWS-SENTINEL Motorists leave Lodi as they enter Woodbridge on historical Lower Sacramento Road. The historic Woodbridge Grange building is at the left.
ROSS FARROW/NEWS-SENTINEL The Cactus, a Mexican restaurant, is one of the landmarks of Woodbridge. It was built in the 19th century.
ROSS FARROW/NEWS-SENTINEL Woodbridge Crossing dominates the business area of Woodbridge on Lower Sacramento Road. Many of the community's buildings date back to the 19th century.
Posted: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 8:49 am
Updated: 12:14 pm, Wed May 23, 2012.
Woodbridge is a small town that blends the river that defines the Lodi area, old and new homes, the region’s wine country and a bundle of historical buildings in the town’s business area a short distance north of Lodi’s General Mills plant.
“The best thing about Woodbridge is that you have to live someplace else to appreciate it,” said Richard Viall, who lived in San Jose, Reno, Nev., Iowa, St. Louis and Cleveland before moving to Woodbridge in 2000.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012 8:49 am.
Updated: 12:14 pm.