Completed in 1925, the narrow, two-lane bridge is often the last chance to cross the river as you move south out of Portland. ... More
Completed in 1925, the narrow, two-lane bridge is often the last chance to cross the river as you move south out of Portland. While in need of upgrade, the rickety old bridge is supposedly the most-used two-lane bridge in the state. To the north is an incredible view of downtown, to the south is the winding Willamette. Unfortunately, the only way to really enjoy this bridge and the views is to drive across. There is plenty of history in this bridge; portions were originally used for the Burnside Bridge .
Spanning the Willamette River, this old, red bridge connects downtown's Pearl District to the Northeast's Rose Quarter. A pedestrian and
bicycle friendly bridge, it offers a clear view of the Fremont Bridge and Union Station. Stop midway and enjoy ...
An Oregon tradition, this open air market comprised of tents, booths and sidewalk displays stretches from the Burnside Bridge to
the Skidmore Fountain . Every batik wall hanging, tie dyed T shirt, papier mache mask, glass sculpture and wooden ...
Located near Oaks Park , Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge and downtown Sellwood, Sellwood Park was built on the old City
View Race Track and acquired by the city in 1909. History looms here along the misty river bank, but ...
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