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Spanning the Cape Creek in the county of Lane in Oregon is the Cape Creek Bridge. Completed and opened to traffic in 1932, the bridge measures a total length of 619 feet with220 feet of main span.

The Cape Creek Bridge was designed by Conde McCullough, a well noted bridge engineer who also worked on numerous other bridges in Oregon. It was constructed by John K. Hold using reinforced concrete. The structure kind of adds charm to its location, as it resembles a Roman aqueduct.

Due to its stunning architecture and contribution to the area, the Cape Creek Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005 as a part of the multiple property submission by the McCullough, CB, Major Oregon Coast Highway Bridges.
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