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The Wendling Covered Bridge is one of four covered bridges built by Lane County in 1938. The others are the Pengra, Goodpasture, and Earnest Covered Bridges. The Wendling Covered Bridge cost Lane County $2,241 to build. Cross planking on the bridge approaches rumble slightly as travelers cross over the scenic Mill Creek just northeast of Marcola. Stream: Mill Creek Length: 60 feet (18 m) Year Constructed: 1938 Nearest Town: Wendling Located at milepost 3.5 on Wendling Road.
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