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Yaquina Bay Bridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Yaquina Bay Bridge from the Yaquina Bay Beach Trail (bobcat)

Description

One of the most photographed bridges on the west coast of North America, the Yaquina Bay Bridge is a steel/concrete arch structure that was opened to the public in 1936, replacing the ferry route across the bay. It was the last of the Highway 101 bridges to be completed and one of five major coastal bridges in Oregon designed by Conde McCullough.

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