Stereograph of the Oregon Railway & Navigation Co.'s railroad bridge over Hood River, circa 1883. Items 2/82 and 2/83 are duplicate stereographs on different mounts. Alternate caption on stereograph 2/82: "Hood River Crossing, Columbia River Scenery, Oregon."
Photograph of a paved road leading over a bridge. To the left, parallel to the road bridge, is a railroad bridge. The number 7 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the image.
Photograph taken from a side angle, looking across a suspension bridge at Cazadero Dam/Station G. The bridge leads to steps, which go to the top of the hill across the water. Several buildings and transmission poles can be seen at the top of the hill. On the left side of the frame, the edge of a brick building can be seen.
Photograph showing a partially completed suspension bridge over the Clackamas river near the River Mill Dam site. Cliffs and trees can be seen throughout the image. Written on the negative is “Dec 22, ‘09 – PES 2009.”
Photograph showing a bridge over the Clackamas River, taken from river level looking upward. In the background, a wooden suspension bridge can be seen across the cliffs behind the larger front bridge. Written on the negative is “Dec 22, ‘09 PRD 2007.”
A child and adolescent, both wearing hats, stand on a bridge looking downward. The child in the foreground is holding fishing line and a branch. Behind them is a dirt road, trees, and a field (negative 2 of 13).
People stand on a beach in front of the Rogue River Bridge (also known as the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge). Several people are holding fishing poles, and one man is bending downwards towards the ground (negative 15 of 15).
View of wooden structures at Celilo Village. A white automobile is parked in front of the building in the foreground. The Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge is visible in the background. Other photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on April 17, 1955 (negative 12 of 12).
Negative of a photographic postcard showing a suspension bridge over the Rogue River at Agness, Oregon. Handwriting on negative reads, "Old Forestry Suspension Bridge near Singing Springs Ranch." Handwritten note on envelope indicates this was taken in 1959.
Negative of a photographic postcard showing the confluence of the John Day River and the Columbia River. Two bridges cross the John Day River, a highway bridge and a railroad bridge on the right. A sign at the bridge reads, "County Line: Entering Sherman County." Handwriting on negative reads, "John Day River - Columbia River - Ore. Christian 11-922."
Photograph of a log and 2 bridges spanning the Klickitat Gorge on the Klickitat River in Washington. Taken from the bottom of the gorge, looking up at the log and the bridges. Handwritten note on the bottom of the print reads, "Copyright 1911 by E.H. Moorhouse." Handwritten notes on the back read, "Klickitat Gorge," and, "Klickitat River."
Photographic postcard showing people observing the wreckage of a Great Northern Railway mail train. They look at a locomotive on the ground on the other side of a wooden railroad bridge. Some of the bridge's trestles have been damaged. Handwriting on the back of the print reads, "GN Mail Wreck at McCall Wash with work train out on trestel (sic) unloading ?. Engr SP&S piloting mail train that was detouring ? SP&S tracks was killed."
Photographic postcard showing the wreckage of a Great Northern Railway mail train at the base of a railroad bridge. The locomotive is visible lying on its side on the ground. There is a lot of debris from the bridge on the ground. A wrecking crane on the railroad bridge retrieves debris from the scene.
Photograph of a work train crossing a railroad bridge that is under construction. Taken from the bank of a river, looking up at the bridge. Wooden planks for construction float in the water in the foreground. Handwritten note at the bottom of the print reads, "Sep 12 - 07, First work train."
Photograph of a covered bridge, taken from one end and looking through the tunnel of the bridge. The number 2 is written on the negative and is visible in the lower right corner of the photograph. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.