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Spanning the McKenzie River in the Vida community in Lane County, Oregon is the Good pasture Bridge. This covered bridge is the second longest and is one of the most photographed structures of the sort in the state.

The Goodpasture Bridge was built in 1938, kind of late for the 19th century boom of the trend. However, it still managed to be one of the 17 surviving covered bridges in the county. Like most of the bridges in the Lane County, it is open to traffic, with a weight limit of 40 tons. It is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Goodpasture Bridge is featured on the 17 commemorative coins honoring the covered bridges of Lane County. It is out today and is available to collectors.
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