If nothing else, I had noticed that Wheeler County had no bridges listed, so I went into the NBI to see what was there. This particular bridge had a street view to it, so I just tried it, and I was amazed by its beautiful railings. I figured that this would be a good one to get Wheeler County on the map. I had never seen railings like these before, and I thought that it would drive the point home that even stringers had class and style back then! I know this isn't my area of the map, but I was looking at some of the amazing Columbia River bridges in the area when I noticed Wheeler County. If you make it to that area, I would love to see some photos, and I've noticed that you have snapped some amazing pictures!
I am curious what made you decided to post this particular bridge?
I am in the process of compiling a list of the remaining unaltered Conde McCullough era tee beam bridges in Oregon and the Rock Creek Bridge is on that list. There are probably around a hundred or so such bridges remaining in the state and I was just curious why this one popped up.
I was planning on taking a trip to Wheeler County and photograph this bridge and the other similar bridge over Bridge Creek this spring or summer.
Keep up the solid work!