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Conde McCullough Historical Bridge on the Oregon Coast Highway

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Conde McCullough Historical Bridge on the Oregon Coast Highway

Sweeping across Coos Bay and connecting the Oregon Coast, the Conde McCullough Historical Bridge is just as impressive now as it was when it was completed in 1936. Part of Highway 101 and found just north of the city, this historical bridge was built as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). It was one of five bridges designed to connect the Oregon Coast Highway, and was the favorite structure of engineer Conde F. McCullough. Measuring 5,305 feet across, it was the longest in the state when it was completed - a mile-long bridge with pedestrian walkways and wide staircases. Today, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places - and it's the iconic symbol of the city of North Bend. Don't miss taking your picture with this symbol of progress, a true masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.

The Conde McCullough Memorial Bridge is located at the north end of North Bend, just 1.6 miles from our convenient Coos Bay hotel. We're centrally located in the heart of North Bend, and offer comfortable accommodations with affordable rates and numerous modern amenities. Our guests enjoy complimentary hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, an indoor hot tub, and free parking. Do you have questions about the historical bridge, or other attractions on the Oregon Coast Highway? Would you like to learn more about our friendly hotel? Please contact us at your convenience by calling us directly at 1 (541) 756-3191 for more information, and to make your reservations today.

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