This bridge is located on a short loop that is an old, bypassed alignment of the Oregon Coast Highway. South of this bridge, the narrow configuration of the winding (and now non-essential) road was addressed by converting it into one-way (southbound only) for vehicular traffic, which remaining lane space for bicycles. All of this adds up to low traffic volumes at this historic bridge, allowing visitors to enjoy a quiet, calm visit at this bridge. While the bridge itself is a beautiful work of art by engineer Conde McCullough, it also offers a spectacular view of the rocky cliffs that form the coastline in this area.
The bridge has been rehabilitated and preserved, and the work included adding cathodic protection for the concrete. The railing is a visual replica of the original railing.
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