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Tanner Creek Bridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Tanner Creek Bridge (Steve Hart)
The old road curves around the approach to Tanner Creek Bridge (Steve Hart)

Description

This is part of the Historic Columbia River Highway Trail. Prior to Interstate 84, the old highway ducked into the mouth of the Tanner Creek Canyon and crossed this small girder bridge at mile 41.1. Completed in 1915, the bridge is 60 feet long with a road surface width of 16 feet 6 inches.

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