The Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge
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Prior to 1986, the Jordan Bridge spanned Thomas Creek in neighboring Linn County several miles east of Scio. The original bridge location had once been the site for a dam, a cheese factory, two mills and a general store.
Patterned after the Jordan Bridge, which spanned Thomas Creek, east of Scio it was moved to Pioneer Park in 1988, but burned in 1994. The current Stayton-Jordan Bridge is newly rebuilt.
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