Friday, July 17, 2015

Yaquina Bay Bridge, USA

The graceful span of Yaquina Bay Bridge is framed by spruce and coastal pine as a 44 foot Coast Guard motor like boat heads for open sea.

Like many coastal Oregon bridges built during the Depression it was designed by state engineer Conde Mc Cullough.

With a span of 3.260 feet, it was completed in 1936, standing 245 feet at his highest point and 138 feet at deck level.







Thanks to Danny