The bridge is comprised of nine steel deck girder spans of varying lengths between 20 feet and 50 feet. The overall length of the bridge is 320 feet. The deck is 22 feet wide and accommodates two travel lanes and is flanked by decorative concrete balustrades with arched openings. The end piers of the balustrade are flared, and feature bush hammered inset panels. The bridge is supported by four riveted steel lattice towers that are tapered. These towers rest on battered concrete piers, and feature laced horizontal members. Roller bearings facilitate bridge expansion, with the bearings at the south abutment and a fixed shoe at the north abutment. The bridge derives its significance due to its association with Depression-era public works road construction projects. The bridge also embodies distinctive design characteristics of early steel deck girder structures with steel lattice towers in Oregon.
Length of largest span: 60.0 ft.
Total length: 319.9 ft.
Deck width: 22.0 ft.
Approximate latitude, longitude
+44.68958, -121.97152(decimal degrees) 44°41'23" N, 121°58'17" W (degrees°minutes'seconds")