The 1908 Clarno Bridge was a pin-connected Pennsylvania-petit through truss bridge over the John Day River near the small town of Clarno, Oregon. Based off of historical photographs of the bridge, it can be determined that the bridge featured a timber plank deck with timber railing. The main truss span of the bridge was approached by timber stringer approach spans, which were typical of this era of structure. No records or plans for the bridge are available at this time so the measurements of the spans can not be determined. The bridge was replaced in 1975 by the current steel tied arch structure.
John Day River Bridge
Approximate latitude, longitude
+44.91560, -120.47007(decimal degrees) 44°54'56" N, 120°28'12" W (degrees°minutes'seconds")