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C&E Railroad, Benton County

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Inventory Number: OR/37-02-37x / OR-22-26x
County: Benton County / Linn County
Township: Albany
Town/Village: Albany
Bridge Name: C&E Railroad
Crosses: Willamette River
Truss type: Howe Through
Spans: 3
Length:
Roadway Width:
Built: 1887
Builder: Oregon Pacific RR
When Lost: Unknown
Cause:
Latitude: N44 38.45
Longitude: W123 05.80
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C&E Railroad Bridge, Albany, OR Built 1887
Richard Donovan / Trish Kane Collection
Comments:
Built by the Oregon Pacific RR. Tcentral span was a rotating drawspan and was uncovered. The side spans had covered sides, but no roof.
Sources:
Nelson, Lee H.. A Century of Oregon Covered Bridges 1851-1952, 1960
Clark, Todd. Information received by email, September 2011

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