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Built in 1930, this 110-foot bridge originated in Lane County, where is spanded the McKenzie River.  Closed to crossing since 1968, this bridge dound a new life in 1990 when it was disassembled and moved to its current site in Myrtle Creek's Millsite Park, where it is used as a footbridge.

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  1. Myrtle Creek-Canyonville Tour Route

    • Distance: 68 M / 109 Km
    • Minimum Driving Time: 3-4 Hours
    • Best Time to Drive: Spring And Fall

    Enjoy picturesque farms, verdant forests and scenic streams as you roll through the southern Cascade foothills on this easy-to-access 68-mile Tour Route east of I-5.

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