<< Cavitt Creek Covered Bridge >>
The Cavitt Creek Covered Bridge is located near Glide, Oregon, west of Roseburg, in Douglas County. I was able to add it to my list of photographed covered bredges of Oregon. See the gallery of others at - http://www.pbase.com/fotabug/covered_bridges
<< Belknap Covered Bridge >>
<< Centennial Covered Bridge in Cottage Grove >>
This bike/footbridge was built in 1987 from parts of two torn down covered bridges to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Cottage Grove. It stands in downtown Cottage Grove.
<< Chambers Covered Railroad Bridge >>
This bridge has gone through a total rebuild and is located on a trail in the Cottage Grove park system. The rebuilt bridge was dedicated on Dec. 3, 2011.
For more information and some history, go here - http://www.cottagegrove.org/chambers.html
<< Chitwood Covered Bridge >>
<< Crawfordville Covered Bridge >>
This bridge is f Howe construction and was built in 1932. It is 105 feet long and spans the Calapooia River. The bridge is named for Philemon Crawford the founder of the city of Crawfordsville. It is no longer in use, having been bypassed by a new bridge alongside. In 1976 the bridge was featured in the movie, 'The Flood.' It is now the focal point of a county park.
<< Coyote Creek Covered Bridge >>
<< Currin Covered Bridge >>
Currin Covered Bridge was built in 1925, of Howe truss design. It crosses Row River, east of Cottage Grove, Oregon.
<< Deadwood Covered Bridge >>
<< Dahlenburg Covered Bridge >>
Located in Sweet Home Oregon, this bridge was built in 1989 by the Building Trades class, conducted by Ben Dahlenburg. The class designed and built the bridge as a class project. It is located in Sankey Park along with the Weddle Bridge. It is a small scale copy of a full-sized Howe truss bridge, using 4x8 and 4x6 timbers. It is eight foot wide and twenty feet long.
<< Dorena Covered Bridge >>
<< Earnest Covered Bridge >>