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Chambers Railroad Bridge

Cottage Grove, OR
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Great to see!

What a great place to see! Many covered bridges in the area if your a covered bridge fanatic... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
Trenda B
Pollock, Louisiana
Interesting History of The Railroads in Cottage Grove

There is a cool display on the EAST side of the bridge and it looks like a train coming through... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2017
Central Oregon
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17 Apr 2017
“Great to see!”
17 Mar 2017
“Interesting History of The Railroads in Cottage Grove”
Cottage Grove, OR
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Reviewed 18 April 2017

What a great place to see! Many covered bridges in the area if your a covered bridge fanatic. Chambers is well put together, has a great display, and is easily accessible. Was raining the day that I went but just donned a raincoat and went...More

Thank Trenda B
Reviewed 18 March 2017

There is a cool display on the EAST side of the bridge and it looks like a train coming through. Interesting to see the history of railroads in town. For train nuts!

Thank captaingary
Reviewed 20 December 2016

One of the bridges on the Covered Bridge Tour. Take the time to drive to each one, it takes less than an hour and they are all charming.

Reviewed 3 December 2016

I live right around the corner from this bridge and was fascinated with it when we first moved in. But then I looked closer. The kids walk across it to get to school in the morning and it is literally lined with people selling drugs....More

Thank jlpoober
Reviewed 6 November 2016

I came to photograph the bridges in the area and came upon this historical and preserved bridge. As you enter from the street there is information on the inside and as you exit the bridge on the other side is a wonderful park to enjoy,...More

1  Thank Theresa A
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

This is a delightful spot to walk along the river. There is a highway bridge nearby so it is possible to walk in a loop. There is a historical display near the bridge with lots of photos of the original lumber mill and railroad for...More

Thank Dora C
Reviewed 16 October 2016

My husband, our friends, from Louisiana and myself spent several days driving throughout Oregon. One of my hopes was to find a few covered bridges. Some of the mapping for the bridges aren't accurate enough, but, with some perseverance and a good GPS, we found...More

Thank 2paycheks
Reviewed 18 September 2016

I visited this former railroad covered bridge as part of the Historical Society's Covered Bridge Driving Tour which was excellent. I saw all 7 bridges including this one. Very good displays for this bridge all about the history of the bridge and the area. Lovely...More

Thank rodjk37
Reviewed 14 September 2016

It was a nice visit, beautiful surroundings, and loads of history that is easily accessible both by car and on food.

Thank Snobuz78
Reviewed 25 March 2016

You can feed ducks and geese just a little ways from this bridge. The bridge used to be used to transport lumber by railroad. There is a little park here on one side of the bridge and a great photo taking area.

Thank Carol S
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