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The Rochester Covered Bridge, with its droopy-eyed appearance, sits just three miles northwest of Sutherlin among the farms surrounding the Calapooya River.

The design of this bridge is unique among Oregon roofed structures, featuring windows having graceful curved tops.

Built by veteran builder Floyd Frear, the bridge combines both beauty and strength offered by the wooden structure.

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