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Bridges in Oregon


Youngs River Bridge near Astoria

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The Young's River Bridge near Astoria

, Oregon

June 20, 2002
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Youngs Bay

Depoe Bay Bridge

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On the Highway 101 bridge over the harbor at Depoe Bay

, Oregon

June 19, 2002
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Depoe Bay

Yaquina Bay Bridge

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Yaquina Bay Bridge

, Oregon

June 15, 2006
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Newport

Alsea Bay Bridge

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The new Alsea Bay Bridge and interpretive center at Waldport

, Oregon

June 18, 2002
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Alsea Bay and Yachats

Cape Creek Bridge

 thumbnail - Under Cape Creek Bridge at Heceta Head

One of the iconic Oregon coastal spans by bridge engineer Conde McCullough, Cape Creek Bridge is made of reinforced concrete and was finished in 1932. It combines a two-tiered Roman style viaduct with a 220-foot concrete arch. At its south end it goes directly into a 700-foot tunnel.

Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Area, Oregon

August 8, 2014
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Heceta Head

Siuslaw River Bridge

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The Siuslaw River Bridge at Florence

, Oregon

June 15, 2006
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Florence

McCullough Bridge at Coos Bay

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Coos Bay, Oregon

August 13, 2008
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Coos Bay

Sandy Creek Covered Bridge

 thumbnail - Sandy Creek covered bridge in Remote

Covered bridges were developed to protect valuable structural timbers from the decay they would suffer if exposed to the weather. They were common in pioneer days everywhere in North America with enough timber, but are now mostly historic relics. However they continued to be built in Oregon well into the 20th century (this one in 1921) and many still carry traffic on lightly used country roads.

Remote, Oregon

August 9, 2014
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The Upper Coquille River

Rogue River Bridge at Gold Beach

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The Rogue River Bridge at Gold Beach

, Oregon

June 16, 2006
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Gold Beach and the Lower Rogue River

Willamette River Bridge at Salem

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Salem, Oregon

August 17, 2008
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Salem

The Caveman Bridge over the Rogue River in Grants Pass

 thumbnail - Jet boats on the Rogue River, from the Caveman Bridge

Jet boats on the Rogue River, from the Caveman Bridge

Grants Pass, Oregon

June 29, 2001
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Grants Pass and the Rogue River

Depoe Street Bridge over the Rogue River

 thumbnail - Depot Street Bridge in the town of Rogue River

The Oregon Highway Department has a proud tradition of graceful bridges, especially along the coast. Many of them are various types of arch bridges, ranging from minor stream crossings of a hundred feet or less, to monstrous spans over a thousand feet long. This is the most recent example, built in 2006 over the Rogue River in the town of Rogue River. Its graceful concrete arch honors the tradition of master Oregon bridge engineer Conde B. McCullough.

Rogue River, Oregon

August 9, 2014
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Grants Pass and the Rogue River

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