The Clackamas River Trolley Bridge is a riveted connected Warren through truss crossing the Clackamas River in Gladstone. The Warren truss replaced the original wooden Howe truss built in 1893 at the same location. The bridge served on the main trolley line between Oregon City and Portland until the trolley service was stopped in 1954. The bridge continued to serve freight traffic until safety concerns forced the rail company to abandon the line in 1968.
Length of largest span: 260.0 ft.
Total length: 290.0 ft.
PTC - Clackamas River Bridge
PRL&P - Clackamas River Bridge
Gladstone Trolley Bridge
Trolley Trail - Clackamas River Bridge (Possible future name)
Portland Avenue Trolley Bridge
PEPCO - Clackamas River Bridge
PGE - Clackamas River Bridge
Portland Interurban Bridge
Approximate latitude, longitude
+45.37718, -122.59259(decimal degrees) 45°22'38" N, 122°35'33" W (degrees°minutes'seconds")