Oregon Covered Bridges: Jordan Covered Bridge

Name: Jordan Covered Bridge

Also known as: Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge

Currant Location: Stayton, Oregon

County: Marion County

Body of water it spans: Salem Power Canal

Year built: 1937

Open to pedestrian traffic

Architectural style : Howe Truss

List of truss types: List of truss types

Original location: Thomas Creek about eight miles east of Scio in Lane County

Bridge length: 90 ft.

Was dismantled in 1985 and moved to Stayton in 1988, where it was reconstructed in a city park. It burned in1994 and was rebuilt in 1998.

The currant Jordan Covered Bridge is a reconstructed version of a 1937 of the original. The original bridge was destroyed in a 1994 fire and was rebuilt using new materials by the citizens of Stayton in 1998.

Salem Power Canal, 7th & Marion St., Stayton, Oregon. From I-5 at Albany to Knox Butte Rd. to Hwy. 226, to Stayton

Built 1937, Relocated 1988, Burned 1994, Reconstructed 1998

(Image by RickMarklund)
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Posted by RickMarklund on Mar 2, 2014 6:56 PM CST:
More pictures of the bridge, including historic ones, can be seen here:


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