Neal Lane Covered Bridge
At 42 feet, the Neal Lane bridge is one of the shortest covered bridges in Oregon. Built in 1939 for $1,000, the bridge is the only one in the state that uses a kingpost truss design. Arched portals, narrow windows and plank flooring add to its rustic character.
Built in 1930, this 110-foot bridge originated in Lane County, where is spanded the McKenzie River. Closed to crossing since […]
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