Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail

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"New" McCord Creek Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 2012
Arched pre-stressed girder bridge on Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail Over McCord Creek
Open to pedestrians only

Eagle Creek Viaduct (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1915, Closed 1937, Re-opened as trail 1995
Concrete deck girder bridge over Tooth Rock slopes on Historical Columbia River Highway
Open to pedestrians

Moffett Creek Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built in 1915 by A. Guthrie and Company, Abandoned in the 1940 and is now part of Historic Columbia River Highway trail.
Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Moffett Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway (Abandoned)
Open to pedestrians

Mosier Twin Tunnels (Wasco County, Oregon)
Built 1920, Closed due to rock fall problems 1953, Reopened to public in 2000
Tunnel under Mosier Tunnel on Historical Columbia River Highway Trail
Open to pedestrians

Oneonta Creek Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1914, Bypassed 1948
Concrete beam bridge over Oneonta Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
Open to pedestrians only

Oneonta Tunnel (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1914, Bypassed and Sealed 1948 , Re-Opened to pedestrians 2009; timber lining destroyed by wildfire Sept. 2017
Tunnel under Oneonta Basalt Out-Cropping on Historical Columbia River Highway
Re-Opened to pedestrians in 2009; damaged by fire Sept. 2017

Rock side viaduct (Hood River County, Oregon)
Built 1921
Concrete tee beam bridge on Fromer US 30
Open to pedestrians only

Ruckel Creek Bridge (Hood River County, Oregon)
Built 1917
Slab bridge over Ruckel Creek on Historical Columbia River Highway
Open to pedestrians

Tanner Creek Bridge (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built in 1915 as part of the Columbia River Highway
Concrete deck girder bridge over Tanner Creek on Historic Columbia River Highway Trail in Bonneville
Open to pedestrians

Tooth Rock Viaduct (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Built 1915, Closed 1937, Re-opened as trail 1995
Concrete deck girder bridge over Tooth Rock slopes on Historical Columbia River Highway
Open to pedestrians