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The Chambers Covered Bridge is the last covered railroad bridge in Oregon. It is however, no longer in service. River: Coast Fork of the Willamette Length: 78 feet Year Constructed: 1925 Nearest Town: Cottage Grove Directions: Take Interstate 5 to Cottage Grove exit (174), turn west on Cottage Grove Connection Road to Highway 99 (Ninth Street). Continue south about one mile and turn right on Harrison Street to the bridge at this junction with South River Road.

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