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Also known as the Fall Creek Bridge, the Unity Bridge is a covered bridge in Lowell, Oregon. It was built in 1936 as a replacement to an 1890 bridge that was turned into a foot bridge soon after.

The Unity Bridge measures 90 feet in length and uses a Howe truss design. It is quite distinctive from other covered bridges with its full length window in one side, allowing natural light in for motorists as well as an additional aesthetic value to the structure. It only took $4400 to complete the whole thing.

Today, the Unity Bridge still crosses the Fall Creek. It was added on the National Register of Historic Places and is included in the bicycle tours that usually run through the rural routes around the area.
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