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Beautiful

We had the opportunity to see this beautiful bridge under the full moon with the reflection in the... read more

Reviewed July 15, 2019
curatiod
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Another bridge with some charm

I never thought before a recent trip to the US I had much interest in bridges. But after our... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2019
Gavatron07
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43.43072_N 124.222336_w, Coos Bay, OR
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Reviewed July 15, 2019 via mobile

We had the opportunity to see this beautiful bridge under the full moon with the reflection in the water. Really impressive architecture.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank curatiod
Reviewed June 21, 2019

I never thought before a recent trip to the US I had much interest in bridges. But after our recent trip I see that they not only fulfil a very necessary function in getting people across water but many look different and some even have...More

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed June 6, 2019 via mobile

McCullough designed over 100 bridges in Oregon but this one is my favorite. Amazing feat for it's time to withstand the winds and waves.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank ki0ki
Reviewed June 4, 2019

It is a two lane bridge leaving North Bend going North and it is one mile long. Good looking bridge on our trip up 101.

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Robert G
Reviewed June 4, 2019

We live here and crossing over the dramatically beautiful bridge never gets old. It's temporarily getting what appears to be a "facelift" that isn't taking anything away from a bridge that is majestic in every sense of the word. As you pass into our out...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Roger M
Reviewed May 2, 2019 via mobile

As we approached we knew it was special.. To go over it and the architecture was beautiful.. the views are nice as well.

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank tracy b
Reviewed March 3, 2019

Some great pictures to be had under the bridge. We have done senior and family pictures under this bridge!

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank WestCoastGiirl
Reviewed February 21, 2019 via mobile

I love bridges and this one is spectacular! One of my favorite things to do it taking pictures in nature.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Deanna D
Reviewed February 17, 2019 via mobile

This bridge is about a mile long! What would make it even more majestic is if it were lit up at night.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank michaelbY1250ID
Reviewed January 17, 2019

It is being restored, a several year project, we understand. Still a nice bridge with interesting metal work as part of the over roadbed framing. There are arch like shapes as part of the bridge making it a very interesting bridge.

Date of experience: December 2018
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According to Bridge Masters Inc., the shade of green of so many steel bridges is called ODOT green. It was a shade designed to complement the natural surroundings since it was first used in Oregon. It has become a popular... More
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