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The Wendling Covered Bridge appears as if it is a hidden wonder in Lane County, Oregon. It is partially obscured on the winding road that it stands on, just on the northeast region of Marcola.

Built in 1938, the Wendling Covered Bridge is another roofed span that crosses Mill Creek. It is built, however, in the small community of Wendling in the state of Oregon. It got its name from the community, which got its name from George Wendling, the former director of Booth-Kelly Lumber Company who established the post office in the area.

The Wendling Covered Bridge is one of the most well known landmarks in the community of Wendling. It measures 60 feet in length and is deemed to be a historic structure.
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