37-10 DOUGLAS county/comté/grafschaft/本吨县
6 covered bridges/ponts couverts/bedeckte Brücken/六廊桥


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At Drain on South side of A street in Community Park Pass Creek Krewson or Pass Creek Bridge, moved there in 1987 0.1 mile east of jct OR 38 0n OR 99 B Street, then right 0.2 on Second Street to A Street, Bridge is behind civic center at 205 West A Street 1 61' built in 1925 Howe truss

The Krewson or Pass Creek covered bridge at Drain, Oregon, GREAT photos by Judy Fruth, Coon Rapid, Minnesota!!!




NW of Sutherlin on CR 10A Calapooya Creek Rochester Bridge 1.5 miles NW jct 1-5 at exit 136 on OR 138, then o.5 right and 0.2 left to bridge 1 80' built in 1933 Howe truss

rochester bridge

The Rochester bridge in Douglas County 37-10-04, photo from Oregon's Historic Covered Bridges on Facebook



SE edge of Glide on Cavitt Creek Road Little River Cavitt Creek Bridge 1.2 miles south of OR 138 at Glide on CR 17A then left on CR 17, the bridge is approximately 7 miles south of OR 138 on Little River Road 1 60' built in 1943 by Floyd Grear Howe truss

cavitt creek

The Cavitt Creek bridge in Douglas County 37-10-04, photo courtesy Bill Caswell



SE edge of Myrtle Creek on CR 124 Neal Lane Road South Fork of Myrtle Creek Neal Lane Bridge 0.7 mile east of jct I-5 at exit 108 on OR 99, Main Street, then 0.7 left on Riverside Dr. CR 18A and 0.4 right on Neal lane to the Bridge 1 42' built in 1929 King Post truss

Neal lane bridge

The Neal Lane covered bridge near Myrtle Creek, Oregon, photos Bill Caswell

37-10-14, Formerly 37-20-12
In Myrtle Creek, located at Millsite Park Myrtle Creek Horse Creek Bridge Exit off I-5 at Myrtle Creek exit 103 0r 108, in town at Millsite Park 1 105' built in 1930, dismantled in 1987 and reassembled at present location in 1991 Howe truss

horse creek

The Horse Creek bridge, 2006 by Bill Caswell



East of Canyonville, east on OR 227 to Milo South Umpqua River South Umpqua or Milo Academy Bridge Directions to come.... 1 100' Original building date unknown, rebuilt in 1962 with steel structure Cantilever braced steel girders

milo academy

More on the Milo Acedemy bridge at http://www.douglasvanbossuyt !


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