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Maybe lacks the awe of a big suspension bridge, but its' graceful symmetry is pleasing to the eye. A closer look will pleases one with its' structural and aesthetic design. Nice view from the middle too.
This bridge has a metal element, the one that stands out. There is concrete on the road.
Once we are inside the metal structure, it is very attractive.
This bridge is huge. We took pictures as well from far.
This bridge is surrounded by water....More
Sometimes my out of state visitors cover their head when traveling over our spectacular bridge, but it is sturdy and safe (except when a ship passing beneath failed to lower its mast and travel at lowest tide in the 90's). This bridge can be seen...More
The New Deal and its Public Works Administration ("PWA"), created under The National Industry Recovery Act of 1933 linked the disconnected locales of the Oregon Coast in a way which put the then discredited and collapsed private sector to shame.
Roosevelt described the PWA as...More
Named after Conde McCullough, the man who designed most of the bridges along 101 in Oregon, this is the crown jewel and is fitting to be named after the man.
This bridge, constructed in 1936, is just over a mile long, with a steel cantilevered...More
In the 1930's bridges began to replace the numerous ferries that carried people and cars across the numerous rivers, creeks and estuaries. Most were done in beautiful Art Deco style. The McCullough bridge is more grandiose and sweeping. Almost as long as the Waldport bridge....More