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Alexandra Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.540556,-122.722778

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Carries NW Alexandra Avenue over Canyon
Design: arch/deck/open
Design Details: The Alexandra Avenue Viaduct is an important example of braced spandrel construction, similar to that of Latourell Creek Bridge in the Columbia River Gorge. The arch ribs are not a continous structure, but consist of ten seperate chord members arranged in an arch form. The bridge features concrete trestle approach spans at each approach. The steel handrailing replaced the original precast panel concrete railing. (Historical Highway Bridge of Oregon - 1989)
Total Length: 272.0 Feet
Span Length: 149.9 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over a canyon on NW Alexandra Avenue in Portland
History: Built 1922
Built: 1922

Location: Multnomah County

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Alexandra Ave. Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on June 1, 2008

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Alexandra Avenue Bridge - Deck View

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Alexandra Avenue Bridge - Information Plaque

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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North Lombard Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.586339,-122.735639

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Carries N. Lombard Street (US 30 Alt.) over BNSF Railroad
Design: truss/deck/warren
Design Details: Warren deck truss
Total Length: 340.0 Feet
Span Length: 90.0 Feet

Overview: Warren deck truss bridge over the BNSF Railroad on N. Lombard St. in Portland
History: Built 1909
Built: 1909

Location: Multnomah County

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N. Lombard Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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N. Lombard Street Bridge

from the southwest

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

145981

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N. Lombard Street Bridge

from the Willamette Blvd. Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Truss Connection

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

145983

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Deck View

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N. Lombard Street Bridge

from the Fessenden Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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N. Lombard Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Broadway Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.531667,-122.674167

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Carries Broadway Street over Willamette River
Design: other
Design Details: Double leaf Rall Bascule Lift
Total Length: 1742.2 Feet
Span Length: 304.1 Feet

Overview: Rall-Bascule lift bridge over Willamette River on Broadway Street in Portland
History: Built 1912; rehabilitated 1927
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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Detal

Photo taken by Mark Frazier in May 2005

133579

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Brace

Photo taken by Mark Frazier in May 2005

138780

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View Of Main Span From North

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138781

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Telephoto View From North

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138782

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View North From Steel Bridge

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138783

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View Of Engine Room From West End Of Lift Span

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138784

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Interior Steel Work Of Western Bascule Span

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138785

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Detail, Riveting On Center West Parker Truss, Steel Bridge In Background

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Detail, Raul Bascule Hinge, Roller And Counterweight In Closed Position

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Same As Or-22-7, In Midway Position

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Same As Or-22-7, In Open Position

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View Of Spans In Open Position

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138790

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Interior Of Motor Room With Reduction Gears

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138791

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General View Of Center Spans

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138792

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Center And Parker Spans From South, Closed Position

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138793

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Same As Or-22-13, Open Position

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138794

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Lift Spans In Open Position

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138795

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Lift Spans In Open Position

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138796

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View Of Main Span From North

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View Of Main Span From North

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Interior Steel Work Of Western Bascule Span

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138799

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Lift Operations and Stone Pier

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

138832

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East Truss Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

138833

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Information Plaque

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

138834

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West Truss Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

138835

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Broadway Bridge

from the southwest

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

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Broadway Bridge

Portland's Union Station workshops in the foreground.

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 20, 2009

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Broadway Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 10, 2009

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Broadway Bridge

from the south

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 10, 2009

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Broadway Bridge

from the southwest

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 10, 2009

260480

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

260481

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NW

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Broadway Bridge

Looking SW

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Broadway Bridge

Looking SW

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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Broadway Bridge

Looking NE

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1919 View

Old Postcard View

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Portland Broadway c 1912

Old Postcard View

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Circa 1923

Old Postcard View

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Broadway Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

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Broadway Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

Albers Mill on right

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

Albers Mill on left

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge crossing NW Front Avenue

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Broadway Bridge

Taken from the Northeast side of the Willamette River about 5:00 AM on a run.

Photo taken by John Bernhisel

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Broadway Bridge

From the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Broadway Bridge

From the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Broadway Bridge

Lovejoy Ramp looking east in 1938

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Broadway Bridge

Lovejoy Ramp looking east over former rail yard

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Broadway Bridge

looking north at west approach and spans over Union Station

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Burnside Bridge-Center Section (1926)

Status: Open to traffic
At risk for demolition and replacement!

Location: 45.522778,-122.667500

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Carries Burnside Bridge over Willamette River
Design: other
Design Details: Double leaf Strauss style bascule lift
Total Length: 856.0 Feet
Span Length: 266.1 Feet

Overview: Strauss bascule lift bridge over Willamette River on Burnside Bridge
History: Built 1926
Built: 1926

Location: Multnomah County

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Burnside Bridge

July 6, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Burnside Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 8, 2008

117050

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Burnside Information Plaque

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West Operator's House

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 21, 2009

138919

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Concrete Approach Span Rail

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 21, 2009

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Steel Lift Span Rail

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 21, 2009

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Burnside Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 10, 2008

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Open Draw Spans

from southwest

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 9, 2009

260366

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Burnside Bridge

Showing whole detail

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

260511

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Burnside Bridge

View of bridge opening of vessel traffic

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

288005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

288006

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

288035

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

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Burnside Bridge

Looking NE

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

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Burnside Bridge

Looking North

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Burnside Bridge

Looking West

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299953

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Detail

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Burnside Bridge

Detail

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Burnside Bridge

Detail

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Burnside Bridge

Detail

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Burnside Bridge

Detail

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Burnside Bridge

Looking South

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Burnside Bridge

Looking South

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Burnside Bridge

Looking SE

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Burnside Bridge

Looking SE

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Looking East

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Burnside Bridge

Pano

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Burnside Bridge Pano 3

pano

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Burnside Bridge Pano 4

pano

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Burnside Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in January 2014

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Burnside Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in January 2014

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Burnside Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Burnside Bridge

Photo from old postcard

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Burnside Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.519218,-122.728999

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Carries W. Burnside Street over
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 230.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel on W. Burnside Street
History: Built 1940
Built: 1940

Location: Multnomah County

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Burnside Tunnel

West Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

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Burnside Tunnel

East Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

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Hawthorne Bridge (1910)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.513056,-122.670833

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Carries Hawthorne Avenue over Willamette River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: The Hawthrone Bridge is the oldest operational vertical lift bridge in the United States and the oldest large span highway bridge in Oregon. It is also the busiest bicycle and transit bridge in Oregon, with over 4,800 cyclists and 750 Tri-Met buses daily.
Total Length: 1382.9 Feet
Span Length: 251.0 Feet

Overview: Vertical lift bridge over Willamette River on Hawthorne Blvd. in Portland
History: Built 1910; Rehabilitated 1944, Rehabilitated & Painted in 1999
Built: 1910

Location: Multnomah County

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Hawthorne Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Hawthorne Bridge

with Downtown Portland

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Hawthorne Bridge - East End

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Hawthorne Bridge - Lift Span

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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South Elevation

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Perspective View From Southwest

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Perspective View From Northwest

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View Of Central Span From South

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West Portal Elevation

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Perspective View From Southwest Showing Central Span

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View Of Lift Span From Deck

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Detail, Cable Connection To Lift Span

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View From Top Of East Tower

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View From Top Of East Tower

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Engine Room And Reduction Gears Atop Central Span

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Operator In Control Room

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Photo taken by Douglas Butler

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Photo taken by Douglas Butler

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Span Up circa 1915

Old Postcard View

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Hawthorne Bridge

From the southeast

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

From the southeast

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Upper chord and portal details

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Floor system from under the bridge

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Lower chord and floor system details

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 1 (SE most span)

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 1 (SE most span)

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 2

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 3

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 4 and lift

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 3, 4, Lift and 6

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North span 1

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North spans 2 and 1

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North spans 3 and 2

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North lift span and spans 4 and 3

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking North Spans 6, lift and 4

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking West span 1 (SE most span)

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 1 (SE most span)

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 1 (SE most span)

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW spans 1 and 2

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 2

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 3

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 4

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW lift span

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW lift span

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW lift span

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW lift span

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW lift span and span 6

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW span 6

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking South

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Hawthorn Bridge Pano3

Pano

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Hawthorn Bridge Pano7

Pano

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW from elevation

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Hawthorne Bridge

Looking NW from elevation

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Vertical Lift Span

Looking northest.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Bridgetender's Shack

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Looking Northeast

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Vertical Lift Span

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Looking Northeast

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Lifting span down

Published prior to 1923

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Lifting span up

Published prior to 1923

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Vertical Lift Span Test

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Vertical Lift Span Test

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Vertical Lift Span Test

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Vertical Lift Span Test

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Vertical Lift Span Test

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Vertical Lift Span Test

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Vertical Lift Span Test

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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Looking North

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2016

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1910 construction view

Old Postcard View

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Looking from the OHSU upper tram platform.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in December 2016

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Hawthorne Bridge

Bridge was repainted in green 1999

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1997

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Hawthorne Bridge

Bridge was repainted in green 1999

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1997

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Hawthorne Bridge

Bridge was repainted in green 1999

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1997

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Hawthorne Bridge

Bridge was repainted in green 1999

Photo taken by Richard Doody in 1997

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Hawthorne Bridge

Upstream from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.507753,-122.669347

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Carries I-5 over Willamette River Marquam
Design: truss/deck/warren
Design Details: Warren deck truss
Total Length: 1044.0 Feet
Span Length: 440.0 Feet

Overview: Cantilevered Warren deck truss bridge over Willamette River on I-5 in Portland
History: Built 1966, Seismic Retrofit 1996
Built: 1966

Location: Multnomah County

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Marquam Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Marquam Bridge

From the west bank of the Willamette River

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 20, 2008

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Marquam Bridge

From the Hawthorne Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 20, 2008

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Marquam Bridge

from Portland Aerial Tram

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Marquam Bridge and Interchange

from Portland Aerial Tram

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 24, 2009

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

From the southeast. With the USS Blueback in the foreground.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Main pier connection detail

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Upper chord connection detail

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Lower chord connection detail

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Upper chord connection and upper floor system

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

From the southeast. The new light rail bridge is under construction in the background and the Ross Island Bridge is visible behind the light rail bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

From the southeast outside OMSI.

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking NW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking SW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking SW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking SW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking NW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking NW

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Detail

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I-5 Marquam Bridge

Looking SW

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Looking NE

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Looking NE

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Marquam Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Marquam Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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Marquam Bridge

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I-5 - Marquam Bridge

Upstream from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Morrison Street Bridge (1958)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.517500,-122.669722

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Carries Morrison Street over Willamette River
Design: other
Design Details: Double leaf Chicago style bascule lift
Total Length: 759.9 Feet
Span Length: 339.9 Feet

Overview: Bascule bridge over Willamette River on Morrison Street in Portland
History: Built 1958
Built: 1958

Location: Multnomah County

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Morrison Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Morrison Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 10, 2008

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Lift Span Deck View

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 10, 2008

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Morrison Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 10, 2008

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in June 2008

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking NE

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Looking East

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Morrison Bridge

Looking East

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Detail

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge

Looking SE

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Morrison Bridge Pano2

Pano

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Morrison Bridge

Morrison Bridge in front, Broadway Bridge center background, Steel Bridge Right side and Fremont bridge on the left

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Photo taken by John Bernhisel in September 2016

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Morrison Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Morrison Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Morrison Bridge

Upstream from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Newbury Street Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.479722,-122.680000

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Carries OR 99W over SW Newbury Street
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 377.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over SW Newbury Street on OR 99W in Portland
History: Built 1934
Built: 1934

Location: Multnomah County

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.546162,-122.568024

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Carries Rocky Butte Road over Rocky Butte
Design: tunnel
Design Details: The Rocky Butte Tunnel is one of seven Oregon Tunnels featuring National Park rustic-style masonry portals built between 1937 and 1941. (Oregon Department of Transportation)
Total Length: 400.0 Feet
Span Length: 400.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under Rocky Butte on Rocky Butte Road in Portland
History: Built 1939
Built: 1939

Location: Multnomah County

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Upper Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Lower Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 19, 2008

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Portal details.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in June 2021

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Uphill portal.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in June 2021

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Date on the portal keystone.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in June 2021

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Lower portal with roadway running over top.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in June 2021

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Upper portal and approach roadway.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in June 2021

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Rocky Butte Tunnel

Lower portal and approach roadway.

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Spring Street Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.509167,-122.699167

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Carries Pedestrian trail over SW Spring Street
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 194.9 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over SW Spring Street in Portland
History: Built 1938
Built: 1938

Location: Multnomah County

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Sellwood Bridge (1925)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.464292,-122.665935

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Carries Tacoma Street over Willamette River
Design: truss/deck/baltimore
Design Details: Baltimore deck truss
Total Length: 1971.0 Feet
Span Length: 300.0 Feet

Overview: Baltimore deck truss bridge over Willamette River on Tacoma Street in Portland
History: Built 1925: Replaced 2016
Built: 1925

Location: Multnomah County

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Truss End Pier

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Concrete Approach Span

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Roadway View

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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East Abutment

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Sellwood Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Bridge Information Plaque

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood bridge Pano

Construction on new bridge to replace Sellwood Bridge has Begun

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction has started on the replacement bridge

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Sellwood Bridge

Construction has started on the replacement bridge

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Prep work

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Building the structure

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Structures in place

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Structure

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Old bridge, new bridge

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Framework

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Jacks, pads and bearings

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Checking it twice

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Moving day!

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Stay on target

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Optical equipment

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Sellwood structure

Oregon Department of Transportation

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New structure

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Making the move

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Let it slide

Oregon Department of Transportation

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Crowd watches

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Balch Gulch Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.535544,-122.712627

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Carries NW Thurman Street over Balch Gulch
Design: truss/deck/pratt
Design Details: Pin-connected Pratt deck truss
Total Length: 400.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.0 Feet

Overview: Pin-connected Pratt deck truss bridge over Balch Gulch on NW Thurman Street in Portland
History: Built 1905
Built: 1905

Location: Multnomah County

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Thurman Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Thurman Street Bridge

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Thurman Street Bridge - End Deck View

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Thurman Street Bridge

Truss Pinned Connection

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Vermont Street Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.476111,-122.679444

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Carries OR 99W over SW Vermont Street
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 530.9 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Wooden bridge over SW Vermont Street on OR 99W in Portland
History: Built 1934
Built: 1934

Location: Multnomah County

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.518890,-122.697500

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Carries SW Vista Avenue over SW Jefferson
Design: arch/deck/open
Design Details: Concrete deck arch
Total Length: 548.9 Feet
Span Length: 248.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over SW Jefferson on SW Vista Avenue in Portland
History: Built in 1925 by Parker & Banfield
Built: 1925

Location: Multnomah County

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Vista Ave. Bridge

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Pedestrian Area on Southeast Abutment

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Pedestrian Area on Northwest Abutment

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Mid-bridge Pedestrian Overlook

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Mid-bridge Pedestrian Overlook

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Pedestrian Overlook, Rail, and Lightpoles

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Lightpole on Midspan Rail

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Rail Detail

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Information Plaque

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Entry Pylon with Plaque

southeast abutment

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

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Reservoir 4 - Washington Park Portland Oregon

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Vista bridge placard P2274a

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South Abutment

Looking up from SW Jefferson Street.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in July 2016

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North Abutment

Looking up from SW Jefferson Street.

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Looking West

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Looking West

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Pedestrian Refuge Bay

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Looking South

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Looking East

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Looking East

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Looking East

View from Washington Park Reservoir #4.

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Looking East

View from Washington Park Reservoir #4.

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2011

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

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Vista Avenue Viaduct

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Vista Avenue Bridge

1927 view looking south

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Looking West

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2018

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Vista Ridge Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.515993,-122.698444

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Carries US 26 over Vista Ridge - Tualatin Mountains
Design: tunnel
Design Details: The eastbound tunnel is 1001.0 feet (305 m) in length; the westbound tunnel is 949 feet (289 m). Both have 41 ft (12.5 m) of horizontal and 15.58 ft (4.75 m) of vertical clearance. The eastbound tunnel was completed in 1969; the westbound finished a year later. There is a six percent grade through the tunnels. Information From Wikipedia entry on Vista Ridge Tunnels
Total Length: 1001.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Pair of tunnels under Vista Ridge on US 26 in Portland
History: Built 1969
Built: 1969

Location: Multnomah County

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Vista Ridge Tunnel - West Portal

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Vista Ridge Tunnel - West Portal

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St. Johns Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.585422,-122.763889

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Carries US 30 Bypass over Willamette River
Design: suspension/wire
Design Details: Wire suspension
Total Length: 3606.1 Feet
Span Length: 1207.0 Feet

Overview: Suspension bridge over Willamette River on US 30 Bypass in Portland
History: Built 1931
Built: 1931

Location: Multnomah County

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St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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Perspective View From Southwest

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Below-Deck View From West Bank

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Perspective View Of West Tower From Southwest

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Western Portal From Approach Road

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Concrete Base To Eastern Tower

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Suspender Cable Connection To Top Chord Of Deck Truss, Looking West

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Center Span Cable Connection With New Cable Saddles

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Bridge Plate, West Tower

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Concrete Approach Towers From East Bank

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Detail, Anchorage At Northeast Abutment

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Detail, Prestressed Cables, Northeast Anchorage

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Anchorage Detail

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Anchorage Detail

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Looking up at the tower from the pier.

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Looking at the tower from the pier.

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Looking down at the deck from the top of the tower.

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Looking down at the deck from the top of the tower.

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Looking down at the deck from the top of the tower.

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Tower detail.

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Floorbeam.

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Stiffening truss.

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Tower detail.

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Tower detail.

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Stiffening Truss

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Stiffening Truss and Main Cable.

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Stiffening Truss Endpost.

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St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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Deck View on the St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge Information Plaque

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St. Johns Bridge Rehabilitation Plaque

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Sidewalk Through the Suspension Tower

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Rail Detail

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Street Light Detail

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Suspender Cable Anchorage

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St. Johns Bridge

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East Anchorage

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East Approach Spans

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St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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Deck View on the St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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Under the St. Johns Bridge East Approach

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Anchorage of the St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge East Tower

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Under the St. Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-SW tower

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-SW tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-SW tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-SW tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-SW tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-NE tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-NE tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE-NE tower

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE

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St. Johns Bridge

Looking NE

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Photo taken by Patrick Schmit in July 2016

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St.Johns Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2009

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St.Johns Bridge

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St.Johns Bridge

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St.Johns Bridge

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St.Johns Bridge

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St. Johns Bridge

From the Willamette River via boat.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2016

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2016

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2016

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2016

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St 4

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Fremont Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.537941,-122.682737

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Carries I-405 over Willamette River
Design: arch/through/steel
Design Details: Steel through arch
Total Length: 2159.0 Feet
Span Length: 1255.3 Feet

Overview: Steel through arch bridge over Willamette River on I-405 in Portland
History: Built 1973
Built: 1973

Location: Multnomah County

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on August 5, 2007

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Fremont Bridge - Arch Pin

Photo taken by Michael Goff on August 5, 2007

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 17, 2008

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 17, 2008

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Fremont Bridge

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Fremont Bridge

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Fremont Bridge

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Fremont Bridge

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Fremont Bridge

Looking NW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking South

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge

Looking SW

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Fremont Bridge & Willamette Grain Terminal

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Fremont Bridge

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Fremont Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2009

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Fremont Bridge

From the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Portland

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Ross Island Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.501256,-122.664540

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Carries US 26 over Willamette River
Design: arch/deck/steel
Design Details: Cantilevered steel arch
Total Length: 3649.1 Feet
Span Length: 535.0 Feet

Overview: Cantilevered steel arch bridge over Willamette River on US 26 in Portland
History: Built 1926; rehabilitated 2000-01
Built: 1926

Location: Multnomah County

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Ross Island Bridge

from upstream

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Main Spans

from upstream

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 6, 2008

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Ross Island Bridge

from the Portland Aerial Tram

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 24, 2009

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Ross Island Bridge

from the Portland Aerial Tram

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 24, 2009

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Topographical View Of Ross Island Bridge, View From The Northeast, Looking Southeast

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Topographical View Of Ross Island Bridge, View Looking Southeast

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General Perspective View Of Ross Island Bridge, View From Northeast, Looking Southwest Across The Willamette River At The North Side Of The Structure

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General Perspective View Of Ross Island Bridge, View From The East And Looking West On The South Side Of The Bridge

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General Perspective View Of Ross Island Bridge, View From The Southwest, Looking Northeast

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South Elevation Of The Ross Island Bridge, Looking North

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Approach View Of Ross Island Bridge, View Looking East

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Substructure View Of Ross Island Bridge, East Of End Of Structure, Looking West

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Substructure View Of Ross Island Bridge

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Detail View Of Substructure Showing Lateral Bracing And Gusset Plate Connections

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Detail View Of Center Cantilevered Spans

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Detail View Of Connection Of Cantilevered Spans

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Detail View Of Bearing Assembly And Pier Cap

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Detail View Of Reinforced Concrete Arched Balustrade Railing

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Ross Island Bridge

Looking South

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Ross Island Bridge

Looking South

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Ross Island Bridge

Looking South

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Ross Island Bridge

Looking South

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Ross Island Bridge

Looking South

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Ross Island Bridge

Detail

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Ross Island Bridge

Detail

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Ross Island Bridge

Detail

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Ross Island Bridge Pano2

Pano Looking South from under the Tilikum Bridge

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Ross Island Bridge Pano3

Pano Looking South from under the Tilikum Bridge

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Ross Island Bridge Pano4

Pano Looking South from Marquam Bridge . Fore ground is the Tilikum Bridge under construction

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley

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Looking South

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking South

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking South

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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West Approach

View looking south.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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West Approach

View looking south.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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West Approach

View looking south.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Ross Island Bridge Approach

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Ross Island Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Ross Island Bridge

Upstream from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Steel Bridge (1912)

Status: Open to highway and light rail traffic on upper deck; bicycle/pedestrian and rail traffic on lower deck

Location: 45.527500,-122.668889

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Carries Pacific Highway West & MAX Blue Line over Willamette River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 799.9 Feet
Span Length: 299.9 Feet

Overview: Vertical-lift through truss bridge over Willamette River on Pacific Highway West & MAX Blue Line in Portland
History: Built 1912
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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Steel Bridge

from the west bank of the Willamette River

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 11, 2008

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Steel Bridge

photo taken from the Broadway Bridge

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Steel Bridge

from the east bank of the Willamette River

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Multi-Modal Bridge

Light Rail, Vehicle, and Pedestrian traffic on the top deck. Heavy Rail and Pedestrian Traffic on the Bottom Deck.

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 16, 2009

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Portland MAX Lightrail coming off the lift span.

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 16, 2009

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Steel Bridge

from the east

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 16, 2009

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Lower Deck

Multi-use pedestrian path on the left, Union Pacific Railroad on the right.

Photo taken by Michael Goff on April 16, 2009

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General View From Northwest

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General View From Broadway Bridge To The North

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General View From Broadway Bridge To The North

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Detail, Central Span In Raised Position

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Detail, Pulleys And Shin Wheels For Lower Deck

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Detail, Center Span Drive Gears

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View Of Lift Span Interior

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Western Portal From Railroad Level

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General View From Broadway Bridge To The North

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Steel Bridge

Portland OR

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in April 2013

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Steel Bridge

Open for ships

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in April 2013

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in July 2005

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in November 2002

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in December 2009

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Steel Bridge

Looking North

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Steel Bridge

Looking North

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

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Steel Bridge

Detail

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Steel Bridge

Detail

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

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Steel Bridge

Looking SW at Glisan Street approach

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Steel Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Looking North

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Looking North

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in November 2015

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Steel Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Steel Bridge

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Steel Bridge

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Steel Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Steel Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Steel Bridge

Vertical lift span from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Steel Bridge

From the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Portland

Photo taken by John Bernhisel

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (NB)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.617778,-122.675000

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Carries I-5 Northbound over Columbia River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Vertical lift Parker through truss
Total Length: 3538.2 Feet
Span Length: 531.0 Feet

Overview: Vertical lift Parker through truss bridge over the Columbia River on northbound I-5 between Vancouver and Portland
History: Built 1917; Main span modification 1958
Built: 1917

Location: Multnomah County

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Overview

Photo taken 1993 by Jet Lowe for the Historic American Engineering Record

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Lift spans

Photo taken 1993 by Jet Lowe for the Historic American Engineering Record

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Portal

Photo taken 1993 by Jet Lowe for the Historic American Engineering Record

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Interstate Bridge - At Night

from northeast

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 28, 2007

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Interstate Bridge from BNSF 9.6 Bridge

Mt. Hood in the background

Photo taken by Michael Goff on November 23,2008

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Interstate Bridge

from top the of the northbound lift span

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 21, 2009

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Interstate Bridge

from northeast facing the northbound bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 21, 2009

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken in June 2006

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Photo taken by Douglas Butler

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Photo taken by Andrew Raker in August 2004

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I - 5 - Interstate Bridge

Northbound Bridge

Photo taken by Douglas Butler

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Lift span

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 6

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 5

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

Span 1 (southern most)

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Lift span

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Lift span

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 2

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

Looking North

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 7

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 4

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 3

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 8 with lift span

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 8 with lift span

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 7

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

NB lane. Span 10 (northern most)

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I-5-Interstate Bridge (NB)

Span 1 (southern most)

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Looking South

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Looking East

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Looking South

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Bridge Information Plaque

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Walkway Under Bridge

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Interstate Bridge

US 99, Portland Oregon

1931 Postcard image provided by David Shedlock

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Northbound)

Facing north from the top of the south lift tower on the northbound bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in October 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Northbound)

Facing south from the top of the south lift tower on the northbound bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in October 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Northbound)

Facing south from the walkway between the south lift towers.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Cornell Tunnel No. 1

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.530722,-122.716742

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Carries NW Cornell Road over
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 497.1 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel on NW Cornell Road in Portland
History: Built 1940
Built: 1940

Location: Multnomah County

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Cornell Road Tunnel I

East Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Cornell Road Tunnel I

West Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Cornell Tunnel No. 2

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.528644,-122.721532

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Carries NW Cornell Road over
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 247.1 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel on NW Cornell Road in Portland
History: Built 1941
Built: 1941

Location: Multnomah County

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Cornell Road Tunnel II

East Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 29, 2008

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.640833,-121.928056

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Carries Service Road over Eagle Creek
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: Closed-spandrel concrete arch
Total Length: 103.0 Feet
Span Length: 60.4 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Eagle Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Eagle Creek Bridge

July 27, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Eagle Creek Bridge

July 27, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Eagle Creek Bridge - End View

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Eagle Creek Bridge - Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Date stamp in the keystone

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Rail detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Circa 1915

Old Postcard View

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Fessenden Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.591667,-122.728889

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Carries Fessenden Street over BNSF Railway
Design: truss/deck/warren
Design Details: Warren deck truss
Total Length: 164.1 Feet
Span Length: 89.9 Feet

Overview: Warren deck truss bridge over BNSF Railway on Fessenden Street in Portland
History: Built 1909
Built: 1909

Location: Multnomah County

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Fesenden Street Bridge

from the Lombard Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Deck View

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.538602,-122.219015

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway (HWY 100) over Latourell Creek
Design: arch/deck/open
Design Details: Arch
Total Length: 313.0 Feet
Span Length: 80.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Latourell Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Latourell Bridge

December 21, 2005

Photo taken by Michael Goff

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Latourell Bridge

December 19, 2006

Photo taken by Michael Goff in December 2006

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Latourell Bridge

Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in December 2006

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Perspective View From Northeast

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View Of Roadway From West

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View Of Towers And Main Span From Southeast

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View Of Main Span From South

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Detail, Underside Of Deck From Eastern Abutment

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Perspective View Of Reinforced Concrete And Formwork From Eastern Abutment

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2009

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2019

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2019

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2019

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Latourell Creek Bridge

Photo from old postcard

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Sauvie Island Bridge (1948)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge in June 2008

Location: 45.627778,-122.816111

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Carries FAS A668 over Multnomah Channel
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 1198.2 Feet
Span Length: 200.1 Feet

Overview: Lost Parker through truss bridge over Multnomah Channel on FAS A668 in Portland
History: Built 1948
Built: 1948

Location: Multnomah County

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Old bridge in it final days December 29, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in December 2007

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Sauvie Island Bridge

construction of new bridge in the background

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 29, 2007

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Photo courtesy of Multnomah County Bridge Section

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Multnomah Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.577763,-122.117016

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway (HWY 100) over Multnomah Creek
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: Closed-spandrel concrete arch
Total Length: 67.0 Feet
Span Length: 38.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Multnomah Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Multnomah Creek Bridge

July 2, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Multnomah Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2010

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Multnomah Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2010

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Project And Visitr Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.638611,-121.948333

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Carries Project And Visitr over Bonneville Dam
Design: other
Design Details: Swing
Total Length: 48.9 Feet
Span Length: 42.0 Feet

Overview: Swing bridge over Bonneville Dam on Project And Visitr
History: Built 1935; rehabilitated 1950
Built: 1935

Location: Multnomah County

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Stark Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.515330,-122.361365

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Carries Stark Street over Sandy River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Parker through truss with a polygonal Warren pony truss approach span.
Total Length: 277.9 Feet
Span Length: 200.0 Feet

Overview: Through truss bridge over Sandy River on Stark Street
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

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Stark Street Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

North portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

South portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Pony truss

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Pony truss top chord connection detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Information plaque

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Through truss bottom chord connection detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Through truss top chord connection detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Truss panels, Note the built up members

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Rail detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

North portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

South approach

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Stark Street Bridge

Typical built-up vertical truss member

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Stark Street Bridge

deck view on the through truss

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Stark Street Bridge

Top chord connection detail for the through truss

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Stark Street Bridge

Bottom chord, floorbeam & stringer connection details

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Stark Street Bridge

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Stark Street Bridge

From the pull out off Stark Street

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Stark Street Bridge

Photo from old postcard

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2016

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Troutdale Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.538441,-122.376578

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway (HWY 100) over Sandy River
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 363.9 Feet
Span Length: 162.0 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Sandy River on Historical Columbia River Highway in Troutdale
History: Built 1912
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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Troutdale Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 22, 2007

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Troutdale Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in September 19, 2008

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Information Plaque

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Rail Detail

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Troutdale Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in December 2010

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Troutdale Bridge

Upper chord connection

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Troutdale Bridge

Upper chord connection

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Troutdale Bridge

Information plaque

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Troutdale Bridge

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Troutdale Bridge

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Troutdale Bridge

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Troutdale Bridge

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Troutdale Bridge

Roadway view from the east.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2019

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Troutdale Bridge

Bridge plaque

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Troutdale Bridge

Upper truss details.

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Troutdale Bridge

Bridge plaque

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Troutdale Bridge

Truss span rail detail.

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Troutdale Bridge

Under the bridge.

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Troutdale Bridge

Side elevation from the southwest.

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Troutdale Bridge

Side elevation from the southwest.

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Troutdale Bridge

Roadway view coming onto the bridge from the west.

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Troutdale Bridge

Roadway view on the truss span facing east.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2019

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Troutdale Bridge

Roadway view on the truss span facing west.

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Shepperds Dell Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.546642,-122.197772

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway (HWY 100) over Youngs Creek
Design: arch/deck/open
Design Details: Open-spandrel concrete arch
Total Length: 149.9 Feet
Span Length: 100.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Shepperds Dell on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Shepperds Dell Bridge

July 13, 2007

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Shepperds Dell Bridge

Rail Baluster with Shepperds Dell Falls in the background

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Shepperds Dell Bridge

Rail Details

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Shepperds Dell Bridge

Arched Spandrel Walls

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Perspective View From Southeast

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View Of Trail And Bridge From Southeast

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General View Of Bridge From Waterfall

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Roadway And Bridge From East

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Circa 1923

Old Postcard View

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Circa 1923

Old Postcard View

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Circa 1917

Old Postcard View

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Published prior to 1923

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Published prior to 1923

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

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Shepperd's Dell Bridge

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Circa 1919

Old Postcard View

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SE Stark Street Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.511046,-122.371745

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Carries SE Stark Street over Unnamed draw
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: Closed-spandrel arch
Total Length: 98.1 Feet
Span Length: 98.1 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over an unnamed draw on SE Stark Street
History: Built 1915
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Stark Street Bridge

July 27, 2008

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Stark Street Bridge - Light Pole Detail

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Stark Street Bridge - Refurbished Rail

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Toothrock Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.638070,-121.935752

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Carries I-84 over Toothrock Tunnel
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 827.1 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under Toothrock on Eastbound I-84
History: Built 1936 due to the need to relocate the highway for the construction of Bonneville Dam
Built: 1936

Location: Multnomah County

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Tooth Rock Tunnel

east

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Tooth Rock Tunnel

west portal

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Toothrock Tunnel

west portal

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Tooth Rock Tunnel and Eagle Creek Bridge

Photo Courtesy of the Oregon State Archives

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Bonneville Illuminated Tunnel, Columbia River Highway, Oregon, near Bonneville Dam

Boston Public Library

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Tooth Rock Tunnel

NB thru tunnel

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Toothrock Tunnel

looking east

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Willamette Blvd. Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.581944,-122.740833

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Carries Willamette Blvd. over BNSF Railway
Design: truss/deck/warren
Design Details: Warren deck truss
Total Length: 339.9 Feet
Span Length: 90.9 Feet

Overview: Warren deck truss bridge over BNSF Railway on Willamette Blvd. in Portland
History: Built 1909
Built: 1909

Location: Multnomah County

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Willamette Blvd. Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on September 4, 2009

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Willamette Blvd Bridge

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Truss Connection

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Under the Structure

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Rail Detail

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Willamette Blvd Bridge

from the Lombard (US 30) Bridge to the north.

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Deck Truss and Truss Towers

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Willamette Blvd. Bridge

from the northeast

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NE Grand Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.525623,-122.660682

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Carries Grand Ave over UPRR; IH84
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 352.1 Feet
Span Length: 113.9 Feet

Overview: 1908 Steel Deck girder
History:
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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NE Grand Avenue Bridge

Westbound

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NE Grand Avenue Bridge

Looking North

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Moffett Creek Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 45.623740,-121.977755

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway (Abandoned) over Moffett Creek
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: Closed-spandrel arch
Total Length: 207.0 Feet
Span Length: 170.0 Feet

Overview: Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Moffett Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway (Abandoned)
History: Built in 1915 by A. Guthrie and Company, Abandoned in the 1940 and is now part of Historic Columbia River Highway trail.
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Moffett Creek Bridge

July 2, 2008

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Moffett Creek Bridge

January 21, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in January 2008

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Moffett Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

Roadway view facing west

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Moffett Creek Bridge

Rail detail

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Moffett Creek Bridge

Rail end post

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

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Moffett Creek Bridge

In 1945, Oregon's Moffett Creek Bridge was the longest concrete arch in the world.

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (SB)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.618056,-122.675556

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Carries I-5 Southbound over Columbia River
Design: truss/through/parker
Design Details: Vertical lift with Parker through trusses
Total Length: 3538.2 Feet
Span Length: 530.9 Feet

Overview: Vertical lift Parker through truss bridge over Columbia River on Southbound I-5
History: Built 1958
Built: 1958

Location: Multnomah County

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge

From Hayden Island west of the bridge

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I-5 - Interestate Bridge (Southbound)

from the northwest facing the southbound bridge

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I -5 - Interstate Bridge

Southbound Bridge

Photo taken by Douglas Butler

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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I-5 Interstate Bridge (SB)

Looking North from NB lane-SB on left

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Looking South

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Looking South

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in January 2017

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Southbound)

Southbound bridge from the northbound access walkway.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Southbound)

Facing south from the walkway between the northbound and southbound lift towers.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Southbound)

Facing north from the south vertical lift tower.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in October 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Southbound)

The southbound lift span from the northbound lift tower.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in October 2018

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I-5 - Interstate Bridge (Southbound)

Southbound vertical lift tower.

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Tanner Creek Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 45.631228,-121.954710

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway Trail over Tanner Creek
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Concrete deck girder
Total Length: 60.0 Feet
Span Length: 62.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete deck girder bridge over Tanner Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway Trail in Bonneville
History: Built in 1915 as part of the Columbia River Highway
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Tanner Creek Bridge

From downstream on Tanner Creek

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Tanner Creek Bridge

July 2, 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff in July 2008

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Tanner Creek Bridge - End View

July 2, 2008

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.554167,-122.180000

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Bridal Veil Creek
Design: girder/pony/concrete
Design Details: The Bridal Veil Bridge is a reinforced concrete through girder bridge, and is the only one of its type in Oregon. Karl Billner stated that he designed the 20" thick parapet walls as continous elastic beams on multiple piers. Information form the HAER report on the Bridal Veil Bridge
Total Length: 118.1 Feet
Span Length: 29.9 Feet

Overview: Girder bridge over Bridal Veil Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway in Bridal Veil
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 27, 2008

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge - End View

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 27, 2008

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http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/hhh.or0366

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http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/hhh.or0366

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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Bridal Veil Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in September 2012

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McCord Creek Bridge (1915)

Status: Replaced by new bridge in 1997

Location: 45.614653,-121.997260

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway (US 30) over McCord Creek
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Concrete deck girder
Total Length: 360.0 Feet
Span Length: 54.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Concrete deck girder bridge over McCord Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway (US 30)
History: Built in 1915, Widened in 1944, Replaced in 1997.
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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McCord Creek Bridge

University of Oregon Libraries, Columbia River Highway, ORU_WTXT_021

Photo from the University of Oregon photo Database

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McCord Creek Bridge - Elevation Drawing

From the HAER collection of long span HCRH bridges :HAER HRCH OR-36 24 of 27

Created By: V. V. Simonenko & Elaine G. Pierce, 1995

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Topographic View Of Mccord Creek Bridge And The Columbia River Gorge

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General Perspective View Of Mccord Creek Bridge, View Looking East On Interstate 84

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General Perspective View Of Mccord Creek Bridge, View Looking Southeast

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General Perspective View Of Mccord Creek Bridge, View Looking Southeast

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Detail View Of Railing

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Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Viaduct

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.505833,-122.660833

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Carries Oregon 99E over UPRR & Division Street
Design: beam/stringer
Design Details: The original Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard (Union Avenue) portion of the structure was built by Hoffman Construction Company of Portland in 1936, at a cost of $459,000. This Roosevelt-era Works Progress Administration project brought many needed jobs to Portland-area residents. The Grand Avenue couplet was added to the viaduct in 1965. The viaducts provide Oregon Route 99E with a grade-separated crossing over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. Information from the Oregon Department of Transportation MLK Viaduct Project Website, August 2008
Total Length: 1639.2 Feet
Span Length: 60.0 Feet

Overview: Stringer bridge over UPRR & Division Street on Oregon 99E in Portland
History: Built 1937, Replaced 2008-2009
Built: 1937

Location: Multnomah County

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MLK Viaduct - 1936

Nearly finished viaduct

Photo from the Oregon Department of Transportation Website

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MLK Viaduct - 1936

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Topographic View Of East Portland, With Marquam Bridge Crossing The Willamette River And Downtown Portland To The Left Of View. The Union Avenue Viaduct Is At The Far Right And Middle Of Frame

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195849

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Topographic View Of The Industrial District Of East Portland And The Union Avenue Viaduct, View Looking North From The Ross Island Bridge

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Topographic View Of The Viaduct, View Looking North From The Ross Island Bridge. The Viaduct Is Center Frame, Within The Industrial District Of Southeast Portland

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General Perspective View Of The Viaduct, View Looking North

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General Perspective View Of The Union Avenue Viaduct, View Looking Down On The Deck Of The Viaduct, From The Approach Span Of The Ross Island Bridge, View Looking North

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General Perspective View Of The Union Avenue Viaduct, View Looking Northeast

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General Perspective View Of The Viaduct, View Looking Northeast

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Perspective View Of The Deck And Superstructure, View Looking South From The North End Of The Viaduct

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Perspective View Of The Viaduct, View Looking South From The North End Of The Structure

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Perspective View Of The Mlk Viaduct, View Looking North, From The Midsection Of The Viaduct

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Perspective View Of The Viaduct, View Looking Southeast

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Perspective View Of The Viaduct, View Looking South

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Substructure View Of The Viaduct, View Looking South

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Substructure View Of The Union Avenue Viaduct, View Looking Southeast

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Substructure View Of The Viaduct, View Looking South, North End Of Structure

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Substructure View Of The Viaduct, View Looking East From North End Of Structure

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Detail View Of Substructure, View Looking South

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195865

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Substructure View Of The Viaduct, View Looking North From The Centerline Of Structure

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Detail View Of The Viaduct's Pedestrian Features, View Looking South At The Stairwell On The East Side Of The Structure

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Detail View Of The Stairwell On The West Side Of Structure, View Looking South

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Detail View Of The Stairwell On The West Side Of Structure, View Looking Southeast

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Detail View Of Stairwell On West Side Of The Structure, View Looking East

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Detail View Of Stairwell On The West Side Of The Viaduct, North End Of Structure

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Detail View Of Stairwells At The Intersection Of Se Harrison Street And The Viaduct

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195872

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Detail View Of Stairwell At Se Harrison Street

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195873

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Detail Elevation View Of Stairwell At Se Harrison Street, View Looking West

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195874

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Detail View Of Antique Light Fixture And Decorative Railing, View Looking Northeast At The South End Of The Viaduct

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195875

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Detail View Of Lancet-Arched, Concrete Pedestrian Railing

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Beaver Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.537222,-122.379167

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Beaver Creek
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Reinforced concrete deck girder with arched fascia girders.
Total Length: 40.0 Feet
Span Length: 40.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete deck girder bridge over Beaver Creek on the Historical Columbia River Highway in Troutdale
History: Built 1912
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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Beaver Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in September 19, 2008

125058

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Beaver Creek Bridge

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125059

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End View

The Troutdale Bridge is in the background.

Photo taken by Michael Goff in September 19, 2008

125060

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Rail Detail

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Horsetail Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.590000,-122.068611

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Horsetail Creek
Design: slab
Design Details: One of two nearly identical reinforced-concrete girder trestles on the Historic Columbia River Highway and one of four extant structures on the route that have a distinctive cap and arch concrete guard rail system. Historic American Engineering Record, HAER ORE,26-TROUT.V,1M-
Total Length: 62.0 Feet
Span Length: 20.0 Feet

Overview: Slab bridge over Horsetail Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Horsetail Creek Bridge

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196656

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Roadscape Looking West Of Horsetail Falls Bridge. Same Photo As Haer No. Or-36-62

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422127

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Horsetail Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

422128

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Horsetail Creek Bridge

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422129

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Horsetail Creek Bridge

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422130

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Horsetail Falls Bridge

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449903

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Circa 1919

Photo taken by Dana and Kay Klein in June 2019

449904

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Circa 1919

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.578611,-122.113333

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway over rocky terrain along railroad tracks
Design: other
Design Details: This 860' half-viaduct was an engineer's solution to aligning the Historic Columbia River Highway between a steep unstable slope and the Oregon Washington Railroad and Navigation Company main line right-of-way. It is a companion to the West Multnomah Falls Viaduct HAER No. OR-36-G
Total Length: 860.9 Feet
Span Length: 9.8 Feet

Overview: Bridge over Rocky terrain along railroad tracks on Historic Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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138463

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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138464

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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138465

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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138466

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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138467

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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203246

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

203247

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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203248

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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203249

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

Repair work being completed

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 2011

203250

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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203251

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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203252

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

Masonry Abutment

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203253

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East Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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West Multnomah Falls Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.576389,-122.120278

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway over rocky terrain along railroad tracks
Design: other
Design Details: This 400' half-viaduct was an engineer's solution to aligning the Historical Columbia River Highway between a steep unstable slope and the Oregon Washington Railroad and Navigation Company main line right-of-way. It is a companion to the East Multnomah Falls Viaduct. (HAER No. OR-36-J)
Total Length: 401.9 Feet
Span Length: 20.0 Feet

Overview: Bridge over rocky terrain along railroad tracks on Historic Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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West Multnomah Fall Viaduct

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 10, 2009

132296

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Deck View

from east

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132297

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Stacked Stone Abutment Walls

west end

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196665

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West Multnomah Viaduct, View Looking East.

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196666

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Detail Of Rubble Abutment At West End Of West Multnomah Falls Viaduct.

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196667

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Detail Of Half Viaduct Concrete Construction For West Multnomah Falls Viaduct

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.589571,-122.075323

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Oneonta Creek
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: One of two nearly identical reinforced concrete girder trestles on the Historical Columbia River Highway and one of four extant structures on the route that have a distinctive cap and arch concrete guard rail system (HAER NO. OR-36-K)
Total Length: 82.0 Feet
Span Length: 20.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete beam bridge over Oneonta Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914, Bypassed 1948
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 2, 2008

126555

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Rail Detail

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 2, 2008

138445

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138446

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138447

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138448

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422140

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

422141

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

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422142

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

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422143

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

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422144

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

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422145

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Oneonta Creek Bridge

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BNSF - Willamette River Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.577222,-122.746667

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Carries BNSF Railway over Willamette River
Design: truss/through/polygonal
Design Details: Polygonal Warren through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 519.0 Feet

Overview: Vertical lift bridge over Willamette River on BNSF Railway Line in Portland
History: 1908 Built with swing span, 1989 Vertical lift replaces swing span
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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Willamette River Railroad Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

126590

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Willamette River Railroad Bridge

During bridge lift

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

126591

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Willamette River Railroad Bridge

During bridge lift

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 21, 2008

126592

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Willamette River Railroad Bridge with Swing Span

GENERAL VIEW TO NORTHEAST FROM WACKER SILTRONIX SITE HAER ORE,26-PORT,8-37

Photo taken by HAER in March 1985

162843

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View from mainspan looking south at Portland

Photo taken by Nathan Morton

179816

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B.N.S.F. - 5.1 Bridge

from the St. Johns Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff

195683

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Oblique Detail View Of North Pier Protection Framing. Service Walkway On Left, Timber Pile Construction, Timber Framing, Horizontal 4 X 10 Sheathing, Bolted And Spiked Fastenings

Photo taken by Historic American Engineering Record

195684

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East Side Machine Room In Center Drum, View North, Air Compressor. Bridge Deck Framing Above, Spare Brake Wheel On Right, Motor #1 In Left Rear Compartment.

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195685

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View To Northeast, North Side Of Center Drum Machinery Room. Motor #1 Compartment In Rear, Auxiliary Motor Drive Shaft, Power Panels On Back Of Auxiliary Motor House. Bridge Deck Framing Above.

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195686

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View To Southwest Of South Side Of Center Drum, One Bull Shaft And Gears, Bull Ring And Rollers, And Top Of Pier Iii. Willbridge And Portland West Hills In Background.

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195687

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From' 1924 Print, Angelus Collection, Neg. No. 2865, File No. 1257, Oregon Historical Society, Portland) Port Of Portland Drydock With Bridge

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195688

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South No.2 Turning Gears. West Pier Protection In Rear. Bull Shaft On Left.

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195689

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Ca. 1924 Print, Angelus Collection, Neg. No. 2867, File No. 1257, Oregon Historical Society) Port Of Portland Drydock With Bridge Showing Replacing Of Draw Rest

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195690

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Center Pivot With Collector Rings And Brushes

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195691

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South No.2 Turning Gears, Inside Detail View Showing Equalizer Gear Cluster

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195692

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Turning Motor #2. Auxiliary Drive Engaging Pinion And Gear On Left, Brake On Right.

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195693

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Auxiliary Motor At Center Of Machinery Room Inside Drum. Oil Cup To Main Center Bearing Below.

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195694

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Rollers Detail From Inside Drum

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195695

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From 1938 Print, Neg. No. 2866, File No. 1257, Oregon Historical Society) Port Of Portland Drydocks And Sp&S Bridge

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195696

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Bull Shaft, Bull Ring And Pinion, And Drum. Top Of Pier Iii, Granite Coping, And Plain Concrete Pier Below. Details Of West Pier Protection Framing At Pier. Willbridge In Background.

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195697

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Detail Of Bull Ring Gear And Rollers

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195698

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Front View Of Control Room Main Panel With Signal Indicator Board Above (Fred Small)

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195699

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Control Room, North Side, With Bridge Swing Controls On Left, Signal Controls On Right, Whistle Pull Top. Radio Telephone In Center Back (Fred Small)

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195700

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North Side Of Control Room Showing Main Electric Panel On Left, Signal Switch Box In Center, And Signal Relays On Right. Resistor Bank Behind On Right. Bridge Tender's Desk Behind On South Side. (Fred Small)

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195701

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Pier Ii To North, Bridge Open. St. Johns-Portsmouth Peninsula In Background. Old Site Of Port Of Portland Drydock To Left (Fred Small)

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195702

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Top Of Pier Iii And Bull Shaft Details. Pier Iv In Background.

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195703

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Hugh Ackroyd Photograph, Study For Pop Drydock Passage, 1978, Burlington Northern Correspondence Files) Aerial View From Southwest

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195704

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Detail Of Bull Shaft Pinion Gear And Bearing (Fred Small)

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195705

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Detail View Of No.2 Brake And End Of No.2 Motor

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195706

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Elevation Of Draw Span, Bridge Open. View Looking North From Pier Iv (Fred Small)

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195707

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Elevation Of Draw Span Tower And Control House. View To North With Bridge Open (Fred Small)

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195708

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Oblique View Of Draw Span Truss Framing. Pinned Tie Connection On South End, Looking Up (Fred Small)

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195709

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Axial View Of Through Truss Draw Span From South End Showing Control House In Center (Fred Small)

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195710

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View Of Draw Rest Pier Ii From Top Of Draw Span, Open Position.

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195711

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Oblique View Down On Draw Span Truss Framing Details, Southeast Side

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195712

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Detail Of Draw Span Top Chord Pin Connection. Northwest Side View From Top Of Tower.

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195713

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Telephoto View To South From Top Of Draw Span Tower. Willbridge Junction In Background

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195714

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Rail Lock Assembly, Tracks, And End Lift Toggle Rousing, South End Of Draw Span (Fred Small)

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195715

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South, Pier Iv, Draw Rest Support, End Lock Strike And Jack Pad. Open End Of Shore Box.

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195716

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End Lock Toggle Crank And Arm, Southeast End Corner (Fred Small)

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195717

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Hugh Ackroyd Photograph, Study For Pop Drydock Passage, 1978, Burlington Northern Correspondence Files) River View From West

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195718

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Photo-Art Commercial Studios Photograph, 1978, In Burlington Northern Correspondence Files) Aerial View From West, Marquam Birdge And Downtown Portland In Background

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195719

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General View To Northeast From Wacker Siltronix Site

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195720

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Oblique View To Northwest From South Bank

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195721

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Oblique View Of Draw Span In Open Position From South Bank Of Willamette River

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195722

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General View Of Bridge From St. Johns Bluff, Looking Southwest

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195723

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Telephoto View Of Bridge From St. Johns Bluff, Looking Southwest

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195724

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Photo-Art Commercial Studios Photograph, 1978, In Burlington Northern Correspondence Files) Aerial View From West Showing New Drydock Beginning Passage Of South Draw Opening

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195725

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End Lock Gears And Motor Located Below Deck Between Rails. View Is To South End.

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195726

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General Wide-Angle View Of South End Of Draw Span In Closed Position, Rails Locked, Shore Boxes Closed.

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195727

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Photocopy Of Postcard (From Copy Print At Oregon Historical Society, Portland, Neg. No. 74133, Ca. 1910) Sp&S Bridge Over Willamette River

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195728

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Photocopy Of Photograph (Modjeski Report, The Vancouver-Portland Bridges, 1910, Frontispiece) Willamette Bridge Looking Upriver To Portland

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195729

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Polaroid Snapshot In Burlington Northern Railroad Correspondence Files, October, 1957) Shear Fence Damage From M/V Korsholma

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195730

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Polaroid Snapshot In Burlington Northern Railroad Correspondence Files, October, 1957) Shear Fence Damage From M/V/ Korsholma Collision

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195731

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Photocopy Of Photograph (From Polaroid Snapshot In Burlington Northern Railroad Correspondence Files, 1957) Pier Iii Damage From M/V Korsholma Collision

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195732

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Original In Modjeski And Masters Office, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Modjeski Collection, No. 4, Not Dated) Looking Downstream

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195733

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 6, Not Dated) Draw Span

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195734

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 26, August 24, 1906) Interior Of Engine Room, Pressure Barge

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195735

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 44, October 13, 1906) Sandbagging Pier No. 4

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195736

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection No. 70, December 24, 1906) Caisson No. 2

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195737

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 92, February 9, 1907) Caisson No. 3 Just Before Launching

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195738

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 106, May 13, 1907) Caisson No. 3

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195739

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 150, January 18, 1908) Spans 4 And 5

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195740

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 161, March 2, 1908) Derrick At Pier 2

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195741

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 180, May 20, 1908) Loading Beams Of Willamette Bridge Draw Span

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195742

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 181, May 5, 1908) Steel Erection At Draw Span

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195743

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 183, May 6, 1908) Setting Center Casting

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195744

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 198, July 25, 1908) View Of Draw Span

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195745

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Reproduction From Glass Plate Negative (Modjeski And Masters Office, Modjeski Collection, No. 199, July 25, 1908) Turning The Draw For The First Time

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260413

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

260414

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Drawing

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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BNSF - Willamette River Bridge

Portland OR

Photo taken by Douglas Butler

299727

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NW at approach

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299728

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299729

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299730

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299731

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE

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299732

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE under

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking NE under

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299734

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Detail

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299735

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Detail

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299736

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Detail SW abutment

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299737

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Plate girder to truss

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299738

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Plate girder to truss

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299739

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299740

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

299741

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking North

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299742

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BNSF-Willamete River Bridge

Looking North

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

354186

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Public Domain: Published Prior to 1923

436738

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BNSF - Willamette River Bridge

From the Willamette River via boat.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

504199

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BNSF - Willamette River Bridge

Tech drawing from Douglas Butler: Old swing bridge replaced with a lift span bridge.

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in August 2020

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Oneonta Tunnel

Status: Re-Opened to pedestrians in 2009; damaged by fire Sept. 2017

Location: 45.589444,-122.075278

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Oneonta Basalt Out-Cropping
Design: tunnel
Design Details: The Oneonta Tunnel consisted of a 125' straight bore through a 200' tall outcropping of Columbia River basalt. It measured 20' wide with a vertical clearance of just over 19' (a radius of 9'-10" measured at 9'-2-1/2" from the floor). No written records document Oneonta tunnels construction chronology, but extensive information is available on how contractors bored Mitchell Point Tunnel and the Mosier Twin Tunnels also on the Historic Columbia River Highway. At Oneonta, S. P. White Company most likely began work early in 1914. The material was Columbia River basalt: with frequent cleavage places, and commonly known as ''dice'' rock, because it broke up unto small fragments when it was blasted. The heading, or top portion of the bore was taken out first, followed by the bench. Blasting crews used extreme care when working near the outside wall. Because of natural conditions: they could only retain an 18' wall. Rock formations contained many large fissures. According to historian Oral Bullard, "The problem at the Oneonta Tunnel Was that in order to prevent thousands of tons of rocks from cascading down into the railroad tracks when the blasting began it was necessary to go to considerable extra work to strengthen the cliff before digging into it." Lancaster devised a plan whereby White's crews injected concrete into crevasses in an attempt to stabilize the material. (Excerpted from Historic American Engineering Record, Oneonta Tunnel, HAER 0R-OR-36-L.)
Total Length: 125.0 Feet
Span Length: 125.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under Oneonta Basalt Out-Cropping on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914, Bypassed and Sealed 1948 , Re-Opened to pedestrians 2009; timber lining destroyed by wildfire Sept. 2017
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Closed Oneonta Tunnel

1. VIEW OF ONEONTA TUNNEL, CURRENT BYPASS ROAD IS ON THE LEFT. HAER ORE,26-TROUT.V,1L-1

Photo taken by Jet Lowe, HAER Photographer, 1995

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Re-Opened Oneonta Tunnel

rehabilitation progress as of July 2008

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 2, 2008

141517

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Oneonta Tunnel

from the east

Photo taken by Michael Goff on June 14, 2009

141518

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East Portal

Photo taken by Michael Goff on June 14, 2009

141519

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Oneonta Tunnel and Bridge

from the west

Photo taken by Michael Goff on June 14, 2009

141520

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New Timber Supports and Lining

Photo taken by Michael Goff on June 14, 2009

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Oregon secretary of state page tunnes Historic Columbia river highway

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Oregon secretary of state page tunnels Historic Columbia river highway

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Oneonta Creek Tunnel

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

422147

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Oneonta Creek Tunnel

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

422148

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Oneonta Creek Tunnel

Photo taken by Richard Doody in May 2012

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Wahkeena Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.575368,-122.128281

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Wahkeena Creek (Gordon Creek)
Design: slab
Design Details: The Historical Columbia River Highway crossing at Wahkeena Creek is one of the earliest examples of a concrete slab bridge in Oregon. The bridge consists of a concrete slab deck resting on stone masonry abutment walls.
Total Length: 15.0 Feet
Span Length: 15.0 Feet

Overview: Slab bridge over Wahkeena Creek (Gordon Creek) on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Wahkeena Creek Bridge

from northeast

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 10, 2009

132299

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Wahkeena Creek Bridge

Wahkeena Falls in the background

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 10, 2009

132300

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Roadway View

from south

Photo taken by Michael Goff on January 10, 2009

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Stone Abutment and Rail

from northwest

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UP - Eagle Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.640463,-121.931214

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Carries Union Pacific Railroad over Eagle Creek
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: The Union Pacific Railroad Bridge at Eagle Creek is a two span bridge consisting of two standard Pratt through trusses. The bridge is of a standard style used by the railroads in the early twentieth century.
Total Length: 320.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.0 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Eagle Creek on Union Pacific Railroad
History: Built 1935
Built: 1935

Location: Multnomah County

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Eagle Creek Railroad Bridge

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End View

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West Span

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East Span

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Information Plaque

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Looking Southeast

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Looking East

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Looking Southeast

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Looking Southeast

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Looking East

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South Abutment

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Northeast Approach

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Northeast Portal

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This is where the data plaque used to be.

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Photo taken by Patrick Gurwell in August 2019

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UP - Tanner Creek Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.632725,-121.954570

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Carries Union Pacific Railroad over Tanner Creek
Design: arch/deck/closed
Design Details: The Tanner Creek Viaduct is a multispan closed spandrel concrete deck arch bridge.
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Tanner Creek on Union Pacific Railroad in Bonneville
History: Built 1935
Built: 1935

Location: Multnomah County

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Tanner Creek Viaduct

from north

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Entrance to Bonneville Dam

from south

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Tanner Creek Viaduct

from northeast

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Tanner Creek Viaduct

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Tanner Creek Viaduct

from southwest

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UP Train

A Union Pacific train utilizing the viaduct, as viewed from the hatchery.

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Looking South

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UP - Sandy River Bridge (1906)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.541803,-122.382308

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Carries Union Pacific Railroad over Sandy River
Design: truss/through/warren
Design Details: The Union Pacific Railroad Bridge at Troutdale is a three span bridge consisting of three standard Warren through truss with verticals. The bridge is of a standard style used by the railroads in the early twentieth century.
Total Length: 455.0 Feet
Span Length: 150.0 Feet

Overview: Warren through truss bridge over Sandy River on Union Pacific Railroad in Troutdale
History: Built 1906
Built: 1906

Location: Multnomah County

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Troutdale Railroad Bridge

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Troutdale Railroad Bridge

from southeast

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Troutdale Railroad Bridge

from southeast

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East Span

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Looking west.

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Date Plaque

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Looking from the east bank of the Sandy River.

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West Span

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Middle Span

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East Support

Support between the 1st and second spans on the east side of the river.

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East Support

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West Span

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East Span

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West Support

West support between the middle and west spans, as viewed from the east bank of the river.

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Detail

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Detail

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Maintenance Ladder

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Tooth Rock Viaduct

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 45.638205,-121.936417

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Tooth Rock slopes
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: One of eight viaducts located on the Historical Columbia River Highway. The Toothrock Viaduct was one of the first original highway alignments abandoned during the construction of a wider water grade route along the Columbia River.
Total Length: 103.0 Feet
Span Length: 20.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete deck girder bridge over Tooth Rock slopes on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1915, Closed 1937, Re-opened as trail 1995
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Toothrock Viaduct

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Toothrock Viaduct

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Under the Structure

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Deck View

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Rail Detail

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Eagle Creek Viaduct

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 45.638527,-121.934304

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Tooth Rock slopes
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: One of eight viaducts located on the Historical Columbia River Highway. The Eagle Creek Viaduct is one of ony two viaducts along the highway that utilize a masonry rail instead of one cast in concrete.The Eagle Creek Viaduct was one of the first original highway alignments abandoned during the construction of a wider water grade route along the Columbia River.
Total Length: 121.0 Feet
Span Length: 30.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete deck girder bridge over Tooth Rock slopes on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1915, Closed 1937, Re-opened as trail 1995
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Eagle Creek Viaduct

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Eagle Creek Viaduct

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Rail Details

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BNSF - Oregon Slough Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.615000,-122.702778

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Carries BNSF Railway over Columbia River (Oregon Slough)
Design: truss/through/warren/sub-panels
Design Details: Main span: Swing Warren through truss with sub-panels
Total Length: 1535.0 Feet
Span Length: 335.0 Feet

Overview: Swing span through truss bridge over Columbia River - Oregon Slough on BNSF Railway in Portland
History: Built 1908
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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Columbia River - Oregon Slough Bridge

Swing Span

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Northern Approach Spans

from southeast

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Columbia River - Oregon Slough Bridge

from east

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Columbia River - Oregon Slough Bridge

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Columbia River - Oregon Slough Bridge

from southeast

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Swing Span

from southeast

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

Swing Span

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

American Bridge Plaque

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

Top chord of swing span over pier

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

Swings span top chord connection detail

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

Swing span inter. truss connection detail

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B.N.S.F. - Oregon Slough Bridge

Swing span end bearing

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BNSF - Orgen Slough Bridge

Closed for traffic

Drawing made by Douglas Butler

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in March 2014

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BNSF - Columbia Slough Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.600000,-122.718889

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Carries BNSF Railway over Columbia Slough
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: The Columbia Slough Bridge is a standard railroad Pratt through truss from the early twentieth century. The bridge is one of seven Ralph Modjeski bridges on or over the "North Bank Road"
Total Length: 305.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.0 Feet

Overview: Pratt through truss bridge over Columbia Slough on BNSF Railway in Portland
History: Built 1908
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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BNSF - Columbia Slough Bridge

with the Amtrak Cascade Limited crossing the bridge

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BNSF - Columbia Slough Bridge

from northeast

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BNSF - Columbia Slough Bridge

from northwest

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B.N.S.F. - Columbia Slough Bridge

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B.N.S.F. - Columbia Slough Bridge

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B.N.S.F. - Columbia Slough Bridge

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Crown Point Viaduct

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.539820,-122.244464

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Carries Historical Columbia River Highway over Crown Point
Design: other
Design Details: A half-viaduct designed to carry pedestrians around the outer edge of a spiral section of roadway around the top of a 725' promontory on the Historic Columbia River Highway. Ingenious use of reinforced-concrete and rubble masonry to create an aesthetically pleasing structure. (HAER ORE,26-TROUT.V,1C)
Total Length: 560.1 Feet
Span Length: 20.0 Feet

Overview: Bridge over Crown Point on Historical Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Crown Point Viacuct

Looking South

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Crown Point Viacuct

Looking South

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Crown Point Viacuct

Looking South

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Viaduct

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Crown Point Columbia River Hwy

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Samuel Lancaster

Chief Engineer - Columbia River Highway

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Cedar Crossing Covered Bridge 37-26-B

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.471944,-122.523611

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Carries SE Deardorf Road over Johnson Creek
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: The Cedar Crossing Bridge is an example of a timber stringer covered bridge. The main supports are large laminated timber beams below the roadway and the covering roof.
Total Length: 65.9 Feet
Span Length: 63.0 Feet

Overview: Timber stringer bridge over Johnson Creek on SE Deardorf Road
History: Built 1982
Built: 1982

Location: Multnomah County

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Cedar Crossing

Photo taken by Michael Goff in June 3, 2009

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Cedar Crossing

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Roof Supports

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MAX Blue/Red Lines - Robertson Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.506324,-122.753833

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Carries MAX Light Rail Blue Line & Red Line over West Hills (Tualatin Mountains)
Design: tunnel
Design Details: The tunnel is 3.1 miles long and consists of twin 21 foot diameter tunnels. There is one station within the tunnel at Washington Park, the second deepest such station in the world. The tunnel has won several worldwide engineering and environmental awards. It was placed into service September 12, 1998.
Total Length: 16368.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under the West Hills (Tualatin Mountains) on MAX Light Rail Blue Line & Red Line
History: Built 1998
Built: 1998

Location: Multnomah County

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Robertson Tunnel West Portals

from the Vista Ave. Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 7, 2009

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Robertson Tunnel West Portals

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Sauvie Island Bridge (2008)

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Location: 45.627778,-122.816111

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Carries Sauvie Island Rd. over Multnomah Channel
Design: arch/through/steel
Design Details: The new Sauvie Island Bridge is a steel, tied through arch that is constructed of weathering steel with concrete approach spans. The weathering steel will minimize life cycle costs. (David Evans and Associates, Project Page)
Total Length: 1177.2 Feet
Span Length: 365.2 Feet

Overview: Steel tied arch bridge over Multnomah Channel on Sauvie Island Rd.
History: Built 2008
Built: 2008

Location: Multnomah County

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on October 19, 2009

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Main Span Construction

Old bridge in front of construction

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 29, 2007

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Sauvie Island Bridge Construction

Old bridge in front of construction

Photo taken by Michael Goff on December 29, 2007

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Deck View with the Sun

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Looking North

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Looking North

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Sauvie Island Bridge

Looking North

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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Sauvie Island Bridge

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

Status: Abandoned

Location: 45.651111,-122.851667

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Carries Abandoned U.S. 30 Alignment over McCarthy Creek
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: The McCarthy Creek Bridge is an abandoned reinforced concrete beam bridge. The bridge was part of the original Lower Columbia River Highway and was bypassed when traffic requirements warranted a wider and straighter highway alignment. The McCarthy Creek Bridge is one of a few abandoned bridges in Oregon. Most bridges are demolished soon after abandonment. The McCarthy Creek Bridge is similar in design to the Tide Creek Bridge in Columbia County, which was also part of the Lower Columbia River Highway before being bypassed.
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Abandoned concrete stringer bridge over McCarthy Creek on Abandoned U.S. 30 Alignment
History: Built 1920
Built: 1920

Location: Multnomah County

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 20, 2008

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

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Railing Sticking Out of the Ivy

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 20, 2008

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Damaged Column

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 20, 2008

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Exposed Shear Stir-Ups

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McCarthy Creek Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff on July 20, 2008

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Looking Northeast

View from Cornelius Pass Road.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Northwest Approach

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Southeast

Standing at the northwest approach side of the bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Bridge Detail

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Bridge Detail

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Southeast

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Northwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Bridge Detail

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Bridge Detail

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Looking Northwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Bridge Detail

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Southeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Bridge Detail

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Looking Northeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Looking Northeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in September 2015

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Bridge Detail

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Eagle Creek Bridge

Status: Replaced by a steel plate girder bridge in 1969

Location: 45.640395,-121.930806

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Carries US 30 over Eagle Creek
Design: arch/through/steel
Design Details: The Eagle Creek Bridge was a three span steel tied arch. The three spans measured 142-feet, 180-feet, and 142-feet. The bridge featured many of the design details utilized by State Bridge Engineer Conde B. McCullough, such as arched steel portal frames and architectural railing. The design is very similar to the Winston Bridge in Douglas County.
Total Length: 466.0 Feet
Span Length: 180.0 Feet

Overview: Lost steel tied arch bridge over Eagle Creek on US 30
History: Built 1936, Replaced 1969
Built: 1936

Location: Multnomah County

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Eagle Creek Bridge

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Tooth Rock Tunnel and Eagle Creek Bridge

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Benson Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians

Location: 45.577245,-122.116351

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Carries A pedestrian trail over Lower Multnomah Falls
Design: arch/deck/open
Design Details: The Benson Bridge is a reinforced concrete deck arch bridge over Multnomah Creek between the two tiers of Multnomah Falls on the Multnomah Fall – Larch Mountain Trail. The 52-foot long structure consists of a single 45-foot parabolic open spandrel barrel arch span. The design of the main span is unique for bridges designed in Oregon. The main arch is reinforced with a built-up steel lattice frame similar to a built-up truss member, rather than traditional tied steel reinforcing bar. The spandrel columns and the rest of the concrete in the structure utilized the traditional reinforcing bar for concrete reinforcement. Topping each of the spandrel columns on the Benson Bridge is a half elliptical spandrel curtain wall. The spandrel curtain walls complement the main arch span and create a seamless transition between the superstructure and the bridge’s deck and railing. The 3.5-foot open balustrade railing that was utilized on many of the early structures on the Historic Columbia River Highway is another key feature on the Benson Bridge. The top of the balusters have quarter elliptical arches coming from each side of the baluster. When the balusters are placed side by side they create a series of small arches just under the rail cap that also accent the parabolic main span. The bridge features a 5.8-feet wide deck that carries the Multnomah Falls Trail over the 69-foot lower falls in route to a view point at the top of the 542-foot tall main falls. The trail also connects to other popular hiking trails in the Columbia River Gorge area. The Benson Bridge was built as a supplemental part of the Historic Columbia River Highway project and designed by bridge designer Karl P. Billner under the guidance of Oregon State Bridge Engineer Charles H. Purcell and Assistant Highway Engineer Samuel Lancaster. The overall design lines and the architectural detailing is very similar to the nearby Shepperds Dell Bridge which was also designed by Billner and is located just a few miles west of Multnomah Falls.
Total Length: 52.0 Feet
Span Length: 45.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete arch bridge over Lower Multnomah Falls on a pedestrian trail
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Benson Bridge

From the north

Photo taken by Chris Patriarca in November 2010

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Benson Bridge from the south

View from the trail to the southeast above the lower falls

Photo taken by Chris Patriarca in November 2010

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Multnomah Falls Footbridge Showing Upper And Lower Falls, Looking 100 Degrees East.

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Multnomah Falls Footbridge, Looking 30 Degrees North At Bridge Decking, Railings And Retaining Walls.

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Multnomah Falls Footbridge, Looking 49 Degrees Northeast

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Benson Bridge

Multnomah Falls

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Benson Bridge

Multnomah Falls

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Benson Bridge

Multnomah Falls

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Benson Bridge

Multnomah Falls

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Benson Bridge

Multnomah Falls

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.586667,-122.663333

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Carries OR 99E (MLK Jr. Blvd) over Columbia Slough
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Steel plate girder with reinforced concrete approach spans
Total Length: 304.1 Feet
Span Length: 76.1 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Columbia Slough on OR 99E (MLK Jr. Blvd)
History: Built 1916, Widened 1951
Built: 1916

Location: Multnomah County

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Photo taken by Michael Goff in April 2011

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Different Spans and Pier Layout. (1951 Left, 1916 Right)

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Floorbeam to Girder Connection of the 1916 Bridge

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Rail Detail

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Deck View

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Columbia Slough Bridge

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Cantilevered Sidewalk Details

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Columbia Slough Bridge

1916 Pier

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Columbia Slough Bridge

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Columbia Slough Bridge

1951 Pier

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Girder and Floorbeam Details

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Columbia Slough Bridge

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Columbia Slough Bridge

1916 - Bearing

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Columbia Slough Bridge

1951 - Bearing

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I-84 - Sandy River Bridge (EB)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge
Bridge is currently being replaced

Location: 45.544444,-122.384444

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Carries I-84 EB over Sandy River
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 772.0 Feet
Span Length: 160.1 Feet

Overview: Girder bridge over Sandy River on I-84 EB
History: Built 1949, Replaced 2011
Built: 1949

Location: Multnomah County

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I-84 Sandy River Bridge (Eastbound)

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Tilikum Crossing

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.505106,-122.666944

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Carries MAX Light Rail Orange Line, Portland Streetcar, Pedestrian Path & Bus Lanes over Willamette River
Design: suspension/stayed
Design Details: Cable-stayed
Total Length: 1720.0 Feet
Span Length: 780.0 Feet

Overview: Cable-stayed bridge over Willamette River on MAX Light Rail Orange Line, Portland Streetcar, Pedestrian Path & Bus Lanes
History: Construction 2011-2015
Built: 2015

Location: Multnomah County

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Conceptual

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

January 2014: The west tower and spans.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

January 2014: From the northeast. USS Blueback submarine in the foreground.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in January 2014

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

March 2014: From the I-5 Marquam Bridge

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

March 2014: The west tower and main spans.

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

March 2014: The east tower and main spans.

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

March 2014

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Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge - Under Construction

March 2014: Construction activitiy on the east spans.

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Bridge

Construction almost complete

Photo taken by Royce and Bobette Haley in August 2014

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Tilikum Crossing Pano1

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Tilikum Crossing Pano2

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Southwest Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Southwest Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking northeast from Moody Avenue.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Southwest Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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TriMet regulatory sign.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Southwest Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Northeast

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bicycle Counter

The bridge captures the amount of cyclists that cross the bridge, both daily and year to date.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bicycle Counter

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Northeast

View from almost center of span.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking West

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking West

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

View from under the bridge on the east bank of the river.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Northeast Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Southwest

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Bridge Detail

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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This is a plaque on the SW approach showing all the bridges in Portland, and the year they were built.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2016

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Looking Northeast

As seen from the OHSU Tram upper platform.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in December 2016

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Looking Northeast

As seen from the OHSU Tram upper platform.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in December 2016

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Looking Northeast

As seen from the OHSU Tram upper platform.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in December 2016

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Looking Northeast

As seen from the OHSU Tram upper platform.

Photo taken by Mike Garland in December 2016

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2013

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2013

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2013

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2013

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in December 2013

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Ross Island Bridge & Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2014

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2014

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2014

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Tilikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in April 2014

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Tillikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Tillikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Tillikum Crossing

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Tilikum Crossing

Upstream from the Willamette River

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Tilikum Crossing

From the Ross Island Bridge. Note: Bottom chord of the Ross Island Bridge visible at top of photo.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in September 2018

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Tilikum Crossing

Under the bridge.

Photo taken by Mike Goff in May 2017

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Bonneville Lock & Dam Bridge #1

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.638710,-121.948701

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Carries Star Route over Columbia Slough/River
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer swing
Total Length: 48.9 Feet
Span Length: 42.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete stringer bridge over Columbia Slough/River on Star Route
History: Built 1992
Built: 1992

Location: Multnomah County

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Bonneville Lock & Dam Bridge

Cascade Locks OR

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in April 2013

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Bonneville Lock & Dam Bridge #2

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.638678,-121.948486

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Carries Star Route over Bonneville Dam
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 247.4 Feet
Span Length: 99.7 Feet

Overview: Deck plate girder bridge over Bonneville Dam on Star Route
History: Built 1935; rehabilitated 1950
Built: 1935

Location: Multnomah County

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Bonneville Lock & Dam Bridge

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in April 2018

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MLK Jr. Blvd Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.525271,-122.661694

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Carries MLK Jr. Blvd OR99E over IH 84; UPRR
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 463.9 Feet
Span Length: 89.9 Feet

Overview: 1908 Steel deck girder on MLK Jr. Blvd OR99E
History:
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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MLK Jr. Blvd Bridge

Looking NW

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Burnside Street Bridge-Easterm Approach (1926)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.523017,-122.665241

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Carries Burnside Street over I-5/Eastbank Esplanade
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Concrete deck girder
Total Length: 859.0 Feet
Span Length: 107.9 Feet

Overview: Concrete deck girder and floorbeam system
History: Concrete deck girder and floorbeam bridge built 1926 as eastern approach for Burnside Bridge.
Built: 1926

Location: Multnomah County

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Burnside Street Bridge-Western Approach (1926)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.523055,-122.669853

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Carries Burnside Street over 99W/SW Nialto Pkwy
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Concrete deck girder
Total Length: 618.1 Feet
Span Length: 63.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete girder
History: Concrete girder bridge built 1926 as western approach for Burnside Bridge.
Built: 1926

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 28th Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.530329,-122.637146

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Carries NE 28th Ave over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 421.0 Feet
Span Length: 43.0 Feet

Overview: 1908 Concrete girder and floorbeam system
History:
Built: 1908

Location: Multnomah County

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N Columbia Blvd Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.594542,-122.725962

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Carries N Col Blvd over BN RR
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 148.0 Feet
Span Length: 77.1 Feet

Overview: 1909 Steel deck girder and floorbeam system
History:
Built: 1909

Location: Multnomah County

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SW Capitol Highway Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.477814,-122.698268

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Carries SW Capitol Hwy over SW Bertha Blvd
Design: other
Design Details: Other
Total Length: 230.0 Feet
Span Length: 45.9 Feet

Overview: 1915 Mixed types Bridge
History:
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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SW Capitol Highway Bridge

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99W Steel Bridge Approach

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.528230,-122.667667

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Carries 99W over Steel Bridge east app
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 304.1 Feet
Span Length: 61.0 Feet

Overview: 1910 Deck plate girder with floorbeam system
History:
Built: 1910

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 12th Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.528468,-122.653564

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Carries NE 12th ave over Banfield; UPRR
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 327.1 Feet
Span Length: 128.0 Feet

Overview: 1910 deck plate girder with floorbeam system
History:
Built: 1910

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 21st Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.530272,-122.644857

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Carries NE 21st Ave over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 157.2 Feet
Span Length: 43.0 Feet

Overview: 1912 Concrete stringer
History:
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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NW Broadway Ramp

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.529014,-122.677669

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Carries NW Broadway Ramp over NW Broadway Conn
Design: girder/deck/plate
Design Details: Deck plate girder
Total Length: 620.1 Feet
Span Length: 125.0 Feet

Overview: 1913 Steel girder and floor beam system
History:
Built: 1913

Location: Multnomah County

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99W Ramp (NB)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.526201,-122.670684

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Carries 99W NB over NW Nialto Pkwy
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 547.9 Feet
Span Length: 82.0 Feet

Overview: 1950 Concrete stringer approach over NW Nialto Pkwy on 99W NB
History:
Built: 1950

Location: Multnomah County

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SE Tacoma Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.464325,-122.643079

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Carries SE tacoma over Crystal Springs Creek
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 47.9 Feet
Span Length: 23.0 Feet

Overview: 1915 Concrete stringer Bridge
History:
Built: 1915

Location: Multnomah County

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Columbia Slough Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.589613,-122.686917

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Carries OR-99W/N Interstate Ave over Columbia Slough
Design: girder/deck
Design Details: Deck girder
Total Length: 682.8 Feet
Span Length: 78.1 Feet

Overview: Steel deck girder and flooring system bridge over Columbia Slough on OR-99W/N Interstate Ave.
History: Built 1916
Built: 1916

Location: Multnomah County

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OR-99E - UP Railroad Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.578891,-122.661318

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Carries OR 99E over UP RR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 217.5 Feet
Span Length: 24.9 Feet

Overview: 1916 Concrete stringer bridge
History:
Built: 1916

Location: Multnomah County

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Sandy Blvd Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.533942,-122.625067

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Carries Sandy Blvd over OWRR; N Access Road
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 88.9 Feet
Span Length: 41.0 Feet

Overview: 1916 Concrete stringer over OWRR; N Access Road
History:
Built: 1916

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 53rd Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.527759,-122.608822

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Carries NE 53rd Ave over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 53.2 Feet
Span Length: 32.2 Feet

Overview: 1917 Concrete stringer
History: 1917 Concrete Stringer
Built: 1917

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 60th Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.529172,-122.602181

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Carries NE 60th Ave over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 100.1 Feet
Span Length: 39.0 Feet

Overview: 1917 Concrete stringer
History: 1917 concrete stringer
Built: 1917

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 74th Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.535883,-122.587182

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Carries NW 74th Avenue over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 52.2 Feet
Span Length: 32.2 Feet

Overview: 1917 Steel stringer
History: 1917 Steel stringer
Built: 1917

Location: Multnomah County

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NE 33rd Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.534675,-122.630650

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Carries NE 33rd Avenue over UPRR
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 97.1 Feet
Span Length: 39.0 Feet

Overview: 1924 Concrete stringer
History: 1924 Concrete stringer
Built: 1924

Location: Multnomah County

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Riverside Canyon Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.447760,-122.657508

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Carries Riverside Drive; Highway 3 over Riverside Canyon
Design: beam/stringer/concrete
Design Details: Concrete stringer
Total Length: 648.0 Feet
Span Length: 36.1 Feet

Overview: 1926 Concrete stringer
History: 1926 Concrete stringer
Built: 1926

Location: Multnomah County

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SE Bybee Blvd Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.474342,-122.639547

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Carries SE Bybee Blvd over SPRR; Field
Design: girder
Design Details: Steel girder with floor beam system
Total Length: 180.0 Feet
Span Length: 107.9 Feet

Overview: 1910 Lost Girder bridge over SPRR; Field on SE Bybee Blvd
History: 1910 Steel girder with floor beam system
Built: 1910

Location: Multnomah County

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SE Bybee Blvd Bridge

looking west in 1934

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493834

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SE Bybee Blvd Bridge

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UP - Columbia River Highway Overpass

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.541757,-122.401909

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Carries OWRR; NRR over Columbia River HWY
Design: girder/pony/plate
Design Details: Pony plate girder with floor beam system
Total Length: 44.9 Feet
Span Length: 44.9 Feet

Overview: 1912 Pony/through plate girder bridge over Columbia River HWY on OWRR; NRR
History: 1912 Pony plate girder
Built: 1912

Location: Multnomah County

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NW Lovejoy Ramp

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.529976,-122.678624

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Carries NW Lovejoy over Lovejoy St conn
Design: girder/deck
Design Details: Deck girder with floor beam system
Total Length: 705.1 Feet
Span Length: 96.1 Feet

Overview: 1913 Deck girder bridge over Lovejoy St conn on NW Lovejoy
History: 1913 Steel deck girdger with floor beam system
Built: 1913

Location: Multnomah County

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UP - Multnomah Creek Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.578067,-122.117288

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Carries Union Pacific Railroad over Multnomah Creek
Design: girder/pony/plate
Design Details: Pony plate girder
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Pony/through plate girder bridge over Multnomah Creek on Union Pacific Railroad
History: Built 1907
Built: 1907

Location: Multnomah County

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Union Pacific Railroad Bridge at Multnomah Falls

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314815

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314816

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1907

Union Pacific railroad bridge that crosses Multnomah Creek just after Multnomah Falls. Built; apparently, in 1907.

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314817

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20040817 25 UP Columbia River Gorge

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314818

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Union Pacific Bridge

At Multnomah Falls

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PNWR - Burlington Trestle

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.644417,-122.842281

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Carries Portland & Western Railroad over Unnamed creek
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 300.0 Feet
Span Length: 300.0 Feet

Overview: Timber stringer bridge over Unnamed creek on Portland & Western Railroad
History:
Built:

Location: Multnomah County

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Looking Southwest

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364572

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Looking South

Looking at the SE approach.

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364573

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Southeast Abutment

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364574

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Looking West

The NW abutment.

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364575

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364576

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Morrison Street Bridge (1905)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.518122,-122.671087

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Carries Morrisson Street over Williamette River
Design: truss/through
Design Details: Through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Through truss bridge over Williamette River on Morrisson Street
History: Built 1905; Replaced 1958
Built: 1905

Location: Multnomah County

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Morrison Street

Old Postcard View

377083

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Morrisson Street Circa 1910

Old Postcard View

416139

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Public Domain: Published Prior to 1923

416140

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Public Domain: Published Prior to 1923

416141

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Public Domain: Published Prior to 1923

416148

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The two bridges in 1957

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416149

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1939 Deck replacement

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416163

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416546

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Replaced

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417515

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Circa 1910

Old Postcard View

419285

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Fleet week 1935

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419286

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Fleet week 1935

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Eagle Creek Suspension Bridge

Status: Destroyed by Eagle Creek Fire in Sept. 2017

Location: 45.639917,-121.923809

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Carries Gorge Trail #400 over Eagle Creek
Design: suspension/wire
Design Details: Wire suspension
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Wire suspension bridge over Eagle Creek on Gorge Trail #400
History: Built 2000, replacing an earlier suspension bridge from 1936 that had been destroyed by flooding
Built: 2000

Location: Multnomah County

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Looking East

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436675

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Looking East

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436676

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Looking East

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436677

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Looking East

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436678

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North Portal

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436679

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North Portal

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436680

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Looking West

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436681

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Looking West

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438090

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North Portal

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438092

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Bridge Detail

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438091

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Looking South

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438093

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Bridge Detail

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438094

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Looking South

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438095

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Bridge Detail

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438096

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Looking South

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438097

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South Approach

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438098

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Looking North

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438099

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Suspension Anchor

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438100

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Suspension Anchor

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South Approach

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438102

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Supension Anchor

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438103

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South Portal

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438104

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Looking North

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438105

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Looking North

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438107

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Looking North

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438108

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Looking North

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438109

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Looking South

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438110

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Looking South

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438111

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Looking East

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Steel Bridge (1888)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.527549,-122.668990

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Carries Oregon Railway and Navigation Co. & Road over Willamette river
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 1250.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Truss bridge over Willamette river on Oregon Railway and Navigation Co. & Road
History: Built 1888, Replaced 1912
Built: 1888

Location: Multnomah County

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416152

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Steel bridge (old)

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416153

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Steel bridge (Old)

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416547

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Steel Bridge

Replaced

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in January 2018

417678

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Drawing of bridge

419566

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Morrison Street Bridge (1888)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.518128,-122.669776

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Carries Morrison street over Willamette river
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Willamette river on Morrison street
History: Built 1888; Replaced 1905
Built: 1888

Location: Multnomah County

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Public Domain: Published Prior to 1923; Provided by the City of Portland

416145

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Swing span in semi opened position.

Photo taken by Leslie R Trick

416146

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Detail of wood approach spans

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416147

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Detail of steel swing span

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416150

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1st bridge

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416151

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1st bridge in a flood

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416543

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Morrison Street Bridge

Replaced

Photo taken by Douglas Butler in January 2018

416544

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Photo taken by Douglas Butler in January 2018

419455

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419564

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Drawing form 1890 birds eye view

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2nd Morrison street bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.518128,-122.669776

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Carries Morrison street over Willamette river
Design: truss
Design Details: Truss
Total Length: 1250.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Truss bridge over Willamette river on Morrison street
History: Built 1905, Deck replaced 1939
Built: 1905

Location: Multnomah County

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Morrison street bridge portland oregon

Photo taken by Leslie R trick

416133

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Photo taken by Leslie R trick

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Burnside Bridge (1894)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.523543,-122.667727

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Carries Burnside St over Willamette River
Design: truss
Design Details: Truss
Total Length: 1621.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost swing-span truss bridge over Willamette River on Burnside St
History: Built 1894; Replaced with 2 spans relocated in 1926.
Built: 1894

Location: Multnomah County

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Transfer ferry Tacoma passing though Burnside bridge

Photo taken by Leslie R Trick

416162

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Burnside bridge view toward east

Photo taken by Leslie R Trick in January 2015

416545

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Burnside Bridge

Replaced

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Madison Street Bridge (1891)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.513465,-122.670661

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Carries Madison Ave over Willamette river
Design: truss/through/pratt
Design Details: Pratt through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Pratt through truss swing bridge over Willamette river on Madison Ave now Hawthorne street.
History: Built 1891 Rebuilt into second bridge 1900
Built: 1891

Location: Multnomah County

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Streetcar Inez pulled from Willamette River at Madison street bridge disaster

Photo taken by Leslie R trick

416166

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Madison street bridge

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416169

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419565

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View form 1890 birds eye view

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422427

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Madison Street Bridge (1900)

Status: Partially destroyed by fire & replaced

Location: 45.514008,-122.671407

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Carries Madison Ave now Hawthorne street. over Willamette river
Design: truss/through/howe
Design Details: Howe through truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Howe through truss swing bridge over Willamette river on Madison Ave now Hawthorne street.
History: Built 1900; Replaced 1910
Built: 1900

Location: Multnomah County

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bridge in log jam

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Portland Sellwood Ferry (1904)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.464427,-122.666600

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Carries over Willamette river
Design: ferry
Design Details: Ferry crossing Willamette river between Portland and Sellwood
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost ferry over Willamette river between Portland and Sellwood
History: Started service August 1904; Replaced by Sellwood bridge in 1925
Built: 1904

Location: Multnomah County

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Talbot footbridge

Status: No longer exists

Location: 45.536259,-122.229414

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Carries Private pedestrian path over Columbia River Highway over
Design: arch
Design Details: Arch
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Arch bridge on Private pedestrian path over Columbia River Highway
History: Built 1914
Built: 1914

Location: Multnomah County

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Talbots bridge

Public Domain Published Prior to 1923

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Old Multnomah Falls Bridge

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.576659,-122.116331

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Carries over
Design: truss/deck/other
Design Details: Other deck truss
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Queenpost deck truss bridge
History:
Built:

Location: Multnomah County

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McCord Creek Bridge (2012)

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.614207,-121.997033

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Carries Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail Over McCord Creek over
Design: girder/deck/concrete
Design Details: Arched pre-stressed girder constructed to appear as an arch bridge.
Total Length: 80.0 Feet
Span Length: 80.0 Feet

Overview: Arched pre-stressed girder bridge on Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail Over McCord Creek
History: Built 2012
Built: 2012

Location: Multnomah County

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Gary Weber (ODOT)

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UP - Toothrock Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.638444,-121.936635

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Carries Union Pacific Railroad over
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel on Union Pacific Railroad
History: Built 1936 with relocation of RR due to Bonneville Dam construction
Built: 1936

Location: Multnomah County

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UP - Sandy River Bridge (1883)

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.541818,-122.382243

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Carries UP RR over Snady River
Design: truss/through/warren/verticals
Design Details: Warren through truss with all verticals
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Warren through truss with all verticals bridge over Snady River
History: Built 1883 by the OR&N Co.; Replaced by current truss bridge 1906
Built: 1883

Location: Multnomah County

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.499437,-122.673424

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Carries over I-5
Design: girder
Design Details: Steel Box Girder
Total Length: 700.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Girder bridge over I-5
History: Built 2012
Built: 2012

Location: Multnomah County

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

423261

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

Photo taken by Richard Doody in July 2012

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

Portland Aerial Tram tower in background

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

Portland Aerial Tram tower in background

Photo taken by Richard Doody in November 2014

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Darlene Hooley Bridge

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Union Station Pedestrian Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.528648,-122.675617

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Carries Foot traffic over BNSF Tracks
Design: arch/through/steel
Design Details: Steel through arch
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Steel through arch bridge over BNSF Tracks on Foot traffic
History:
Built:

Location: Multnomah County

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Union Station Pedestrian Bridge

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PRL&P - Portland Heights Cable Car Trestle

Status: Removed but not replaced

Location: 45.514629,-122.694690

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Carries Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. over Portland Heights
Design: beam/stringer/wood
Design Details: Timber stringer
Total Length: 1040.0 Feet
Span Length: 1040.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Timber stringer bridge on Portland Railway, Light & Power Co. up Portland Heights
History: Built 1890; Removed 1904
Built: 1890

Location: Multnomah County

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PNWR - Cornelius Pass Railroad Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.614256,-122.860737

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Carries Portland & Western Railroad over Under Cornelius Pass Road
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 4000.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under Under Cornelius Pass Road on Portland & Western Railroad
History: Built 1911
Built: 1911

Location: Multnomah County

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Northeast Approach

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444393

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Northeast Portal

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444394

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Northeast Approach

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444395

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Rehabilitation Date

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444396

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in May 2014

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Southwest Portal

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Southwest Portal

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This sign is not a joke.

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Sellwood Bridge (2015)

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.464089,-122.665700

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Carries Tacoma Street over Willamette River
Design: arch/deck/steel
Design Details: Steel arch
Total Length: 1977.1 Feet
Span Length: 464.9 Feet

Overview: Steel arch bridge over Willamette River on Tacoma Street
History: Built 2015
Built: 2015

Location: Multnomah County

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Sellwood Bridge (New)

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33rd Avenue NE Viaduct

Status: Replaced by a new bridge

Location: 45.534339,-122.630759

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Carries NE 33rd Avenue over UP Railroad
Design: beam/stringer/steel
Design Details: Steel stringer
Total Length: 0.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Lost Steel stringer bridge over UP Railroad on NE 33rd Avenue
History:
Built:

Location: Multnomah County

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33rd Avenue NE Viaduct

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Peninsula Tunnel

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.574424,-122.712594

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Carries Union Pacific RR over North Portland
Design: tunnel
Design Details: Tunnel
Total Length: 5425.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Tunnel under North Portland on Union Pacific RR
History: Built 1911
Built: 1911

Location: Multnomah County

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Peninsula Tunnel

looking south

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Springwater Corridor Trail Bridge

Status: Open to pedestrians only

Location: 45.462726,-122.620542

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Carries Pedestrian Trail over Johnson Creek
Design: slab
Design Details: Slab
Total Length: 120.0 Feet
Span Length: 0.0 Feet

Overview: Slab bridge over Johnson Creek on Pedestrian Trail
History:
Built:

Location: Multnomah County

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Looking West

Photo taken by Mike Garland in February 2018

476841

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Looking West

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476842

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Photo taken by Mike Garland in February 2018

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Looking East

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Looking East

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Looking West

View from the north WPA viewpoint.

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Looking West

View from the north WPA viewpoint.

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SE Harney Street Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.462997,-122.617928

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Carries Se Harney Street over Johnson Creek
Design: girder
Design Details: Girder
Total Length: 44.0 Feet
Span Length: 42.0 Feet

Overview: Girder bridge over Errol Creek on SE Harney Street
History: Built 1948; rehabilitated 1976
Built: 1948

Location: Multnomah County

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East Approach

Photo taken by Mike Garland in February 2018

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Looking West

Photo taken by Mike Garland in February 2018

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East Approach

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West Approach

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West Approach

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East Approach

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SE 45th Avenue Bridge

Status: Open to traffic

Location: 45.461878,-122.616667

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Carries Se 45th Avenue over Johnson Creek
Design: beam/tee
Design Details: Concrete tee beam
Total Length: 43.0 Feet
Span Length: 40.0 Feet

Overview: Concrete tee beam bridge over Johnson Creek on Se 45th Avenue
History: Built 1927
Built: 1927

Location: Multnomah County