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Love these Oregon bridges.

Kind of takes my breath away, crossing this beautiful bridge with a great history. So glad Oregon... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brookings, Oregon
Pretty cool bridge if you are into bridges.

attractive bridge obviously designed and built when they cared to build attractive bridges. There... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Marshall W
Santa Rosa, California
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Kind of takes my breath away, crossing this beautiful bridge with a great history. So glad Oregon takes care of these historic bridges.

Thank bren2915
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

attractive bridge obviously designed and built when they cared to build attractive bridges. There is a good view of the bridge from the Veterans memorial on the north side.

Thank Marshall W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When we first moved here someone told us to go under the bridge and that is one of the most awesome sights to see. It's like a cathedral to the engineers who first concieved of spanning the bay. Take any road east of the bridge...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful from both east n west sides. My favorite thing to see when flying into north bend. Can get awesome views from ferry park n also directly across from the mall.

Thank barbiept2000
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Beautiful iconic bridge built in 1935. Every time we come home from out of town, this is our welcome home sign! Wonderful historic site for any visitors to Coos Bay/North Bend. You will be glad you included in your must see when visiting here.

Thank azsommelier
Reviewed 23 March 2018

Money created from the last Depression financed the Bridge on 101. There are no more Ferrys, but autos can still go around the Bay Area. One can pull off going North 101 at a Park, pull auto over and get a close view of this...More

Thank Partsman999
Reviewed 13 March 2018

My first impression of the Coos Bay area was this marvelous artistic structural "Big Green Bridge (local nickname). They have just about finished refurbishing it and I have to say that it looks fantastic. Check out the carved concrete side walls and the soaring green...More

Thank Adventure_Debi
Reviewed 5 February 2018

The historic entrance to North Bend/Coos Bay on 101, the McCullough bridge is one of the most frequently photographed landmarks in the area. Ideas include going to the west side and photographing the fireworks that appear to rise above it and walking underneath the footings...More

Thank KcSaxton
Reviewed 15 January 2018

We enjoyed a sunny day of driving along the coast. The bridge is something I wanted to see for awhile. It is in need of maintenance. There are significant areas of rust on the steel. I hope the State of OR does not overlook this...More

Thank gingersnaps527
Reviewed 19 December 2017

The center of the McCullough bridge is the perfect place to be just after sunrise on a Sunday. Traffic is nonexistent and the view is stunning. Try to go on a sunny Sunday. The beauty and peacefulness are amazing.

Thank Mary S
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