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The Belknap Bridge, sometimes referred to as the McKenzie River Bridge, occupies a site in which a covered bridge has been in continuous use since 1890. The first bridge was replaced by..
Not much activity occurs at Chitwood anymore. The Chitwood Bridge was once surrounded by several stores, a post office, a telephone office, and several houses. The boarded up remains of the..
The Coyote Creek Bridge is often referred to as the Battle Creek Bridge because it is located on Battle Creek Road. Some still refer to it as Swing Long Bridge since it was called this many..
The Currin Bridge, named for an early pioneer family in the area, is sometimes referred to as the Row River Bridge because of the stream it crosses. The original bridge was built by Nels..
Located at the upper end of Dorena Reservoir, the Dorena Covered Bridge was built in conjunction with the completion of Dorena Dam. Sometimes referred to as Star Bridge, it provides access..
The original covered bridge at this location was built in 1903 by A.C. Striker and was called Adams Bridge. The bridge was replaced in 1938 by Lane County for a cost of $2,449, and was..
The Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum is best known as the home of the world's largest wooden flying boat, the "Spruce Goose," the SR-71 "Blackbird," the Titan II SLV Missile and the P-38..
Fern Ridge Wildlife Area is managed primarily for waterfowl wintering and nesting. More than 250 species of birds use the area during different seasons of the year, making this an excellent..
The Gilkey Bridge spans Thomas Creek and until 1960, it proudly stood next to a covered railroad bridge. Gilkey was once a town of some activity, as noted by a nearby sign: "Gilkey Station..
The Goodpasture Covered Bridge, the second longest covered bridge in Oregon, is one of the most photographed covered bridges in the state. The structure has superb architectural detailing..
The Lake Creek Covered Bridge is often referred to as the Nelson Mountain Bridge because it is located on Nelson Mountain Road. Like many covered bridges, both the upper and lower chords..
Sits on the confluence of Roaring River and Crabtree Creek (this is one of the few places where a river runs into a creek). From Richardson Gap Road head east on Larwood Drive about 6.5 km..
Amos Hyland settled on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River in 1874 and plotted the small town of Lowell. Hyland operated a ferry across the Willamette near the present site of the..
At 55m (180 feet) in length, the Office Covered Bridge is the longest covered bridge in Oregon. It was constructed by the Westfir Lumber Company using triple timber beams to provide the..
The six person fully enclosed gondolas are designed to provide a truly unique sightseeing experience as you ride to the top of Eagle Peak. The round trip takes just under 25 minutes. You..
The Parvin Covered Bridge was built in 1921, replacing a bridge erected on the site in the late 1880s. Lane County contracted with George W. Breeding to construct the bridge for a cost of..
The Pengra Bridge contains two of the longest timbers ever cut for a bridge in Oregon. The lower chords measuring 4.8m x 5.4m x 38.5m (16ft x 18ft x 126 feet) were too large to be ran..
The Willamette (emphasis is on the "a") Valley is the heart of Oregon's agricultural country - and it's a big heart. Besides fruits, nuts and vegetables, farms in the valley grow everything..
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