Crooked River High Bridge, USA

Crooked River High Bridge, USA

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Credit: ROBERT AND JEAN POLLOCK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Two U. S. Highway 97 bridges over the Crooked River near Terrebonne, Oregon, USA. The green bridge in the foreground (the Crooked River High Bridge) is a single arch span designed by Conde B. McCullough and opened in 1926. The barely visible red bridge in the background, which was opened in 2000, is a concrete deck arch bridge designed to complement the older bridge which is now used as a pedestrian walkway.

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Keywords: arch bridge, basalt, bridge, canyon, crooked river, crooked river gorge, crooked river high bridge, engineering, highway, highway bridge, oregon, pedestrian walkway, peter skene ogden state scenic viewpoint, road, single arch bridge, single arch span, terrebonne, transportation

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