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Astoria
Astoria
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Highways

Highway 101

Astoria to Seaside
Cannon Beach to Manzanita
Manzanita to Tillamook
Tillamook to Lincoln City
Lincoln City to Newport
Newport to Yachats
Yachats to Florence
Florence to North Bend
Coos Bay to Port Orford
Port Orford to California

Cape Arago Highway
Highway 6
Three Capes Loop Highway

Interests

Places to Stay
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Book Stores
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Myrtlewood
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Watersports

Bridges Newport
Yaquina Bay Bridge

Located in Newport, the Yaquina Bay Bridge was designed by famous engineer Conde McCullough and completed in 1936. With its main span of 3,223 feet and 600-foot steel arch structure centered above it, this bridge contains elaborate stairways that lead to observation areas at the five reinforced, concrete-deck, arched, secondary spans. Flanked by two 350-foot deck arches, this bridge typifies McCullough's belief that crossing a bridge to get from point A to point B could be elevated to a higher experience.

McCullough included such decorative elements as ornamental spandrel deck railing brackets and fluted entrance pylons. Photographic opportunities abound for the visitor.

Location:
Newport Oregon 97365

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