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You can feed ducks and geese just a little ways from this bridge. The bridge used to be used to transport lumber by railroad. There is a little park here on one side of the bridge and a great photo taking area.
Always take visitors to see this bridge. It is well documented and there is a nice little park for picnics if one chooses.Wheelchair accessible from the park side of the bridge which is actually the back entrance.This is one of six wonderful covered bridges in Cottage Grove!
This is really easy to find and makes a fun quick stop. It is really clear they had a ton of money to spend on the restoration as there is lots of metal art that is in the bridge that you really cannot see and a huge sweeping ramp up to it that seems pretty extravagant for a old railroad... 更多
This bridge has been reconstructed in the last couple of years. . It was originally a railroad bridge that served a huge lumber mill and yard. The mill burned to the ground in 1932. This is the only remaining covered railroad bridge west of the Mississippi.
While in Cottage Grove, OR, take some time to tour the covered bridges in the area. Several are in town with more east of town. Most are original, but have been rebuilt to show how they looked when first erected. Most you walk across, but a few allow vehicular traffic. Great scrapbook photos!
Much more interesting than it sounds. Excellent informational board around that give you a good history lesson. The bridge is amazing, and we really liked the 'ghost train' on the inside.
A bit of history to take in. Take a walk around Cottage Grove, we wandered for 2 hours. This little town was a booming place in it's days.