- Oregon, 54 results
- United States, 54 results
- Clackamas County, 21 results
- Multnomah County (Or.), 18 results
- Portland, 14 results
- River Mill Dam, 8 results
- Clackamas County (Or.), 5 results
- North Fork Clackamas River, 3 results
- Little Sandy Diversion Dam (historical), 2 results
- Cazadero Dam, 2 results
69 Results for Bridges
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- 1923 - 1936
Photograph of a dirt road leading across an unidentified wooden bridge in a forested area. Three unidentified men are in front of the bridge; two are sitting on the bridge railing and a third man is standing in the road, holding a tool. The number...
Photograph showing Timothy Lake early in the water release process. A bridge of cut logs and wood planks extends to the far shore of the lake, with a rowboat moored to a section of the structure. Cut stumps on a hillside can be seen in the distanc...
Photograph looking towards to the west, showing a barge and tug boat on the Willamette River. The Hawthorne Bridge is visible to the right, and numerous buildings along the waterfront can be seen. Written on the negative is "50-471."
Photograph showing a barge and small boat on the Willamette River in Portland. In the distance, the Hawthorne bridge can be seen. Written on the back of the barge is "Portland General Electric Co. Barge no. 14, Portland Ore." To the righ...
Photograph showing men and women standing on a wooden bridge with one railing over a river. The men are wearing suits without top jackets, and a small building can be seen in the background. On the side of the negative is written "49-205."
- Org. Lot 151
- 1880 - 1965
Negatives documenting company activities, including electrical infrastructure, employees, power generation and distribution throughout Portland, the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Cascade Range. Additional general images include streetcars and t...
Portland General Electric Company
Photograph taken at Station L (now the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) of hog fuel being unloaded via a derrick from a barge on the Willamette River. The Hawthorne bridge can be seen in the distance, as well as other boats. One person stand...
- 1905 – 1908
Photograph looking downriver, showing a bridge above the dam and lodge (building visible on left at top of hill). Another wooden building is visible next to the lodge, and the river continues around a bend into the distance.
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph showing a wooden footbridge over the Clackamas River. At the bottom of the frame, two men stand on the bridge, one of which is looking at the camera. Water can be seen flowing under the bridge. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-26” ...
Photograph taken from a side angle, showing an incomplete wooden trestle bridge crossing a dirt ravine. A small creek is running downhill and under the bridge, while trees and mountains are visible in the distance. Two men can be seen standing on ...
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph showing the top surface of a wooden trestle bridge and a dirt road, with a wooden flume and dam structure visible in the distance (Cazadero Dam). In the background, forested hillsides can be seen above the Clackamas River. Written on th...
Photograph showing a wooden bridge with an automobile, two horses, and men on top of the structure. Snow can be seen throughout the image.
- 1920 – 1925
Photograph showing a wooden plank and log bridge crossing a small running creek, taken from a slight side angle. An automobile is on the bridge facing forward. Trees and other foliage can be seen throughout the image. Written on the negative is “E...
Photograph taken from a side angle showing a wooden trestle bridge with an open gap before the installation of a steel span. Rocks and dirt can be seen in the foreground, and a hillside with bare trees behind the bridge. Written on the negative is...
- 1910 – 1913
Photograph showing a wooden bridge at the Big Sandy Dam (likely the Marmot Dam). Water is flowing under the bridge, and in the distance several wooden structures and utility poles are visible. Written on the negative is “B.S.4.” (Image note: some ...