Railroad bridges

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Vancouver and Columbia River

A view of the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington. A ship, named “Seaglamor” can be seen at a loading dock, on top of which is a large warehouse building. The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway bridge over the river is in the distance (negative 8 of 17).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Marion Street Bridge, Salem

The Marion Street Bridge in Salem, most likely during construction. Looking north, the Union Street Railroad Bridge can also be seen crossing the Willamette River (negative 10 of 10).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Unidentified bridge

Photograph of an unidentified trestle bridge crossing a body of shallow water. A train track runs over the bridge. Possibly same bridge as PGE 132-2, identified as running over the Oregon Slough via the Vancouver line.

Bridge over Oregon Slough on Vancouver Line

Photograph of unidentified bridge crossing body of water, with shoreline visible at right side of image. Taken from a straight vantage point looking down the tracks, a train can be seen in the distance, as well as numerous wooden buildings and electric lines. Likely the same bridge shown in PGE 132-1.

Sandy River bridge

Photograph taken to the side of a wooden bridge across the Sandy River. Two men work at the top of the bridge, with two other individuals standing further in the distance. At the base of the bridge is ferns and other plant life.

Celilo Village

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).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Celilo Village

View of Celilo Village with Celilo Falls and the Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge visible in the background. Other photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on April 17, 1955 (negative 7 of 12).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Oregon Trunk Railroad Bridge over Crooked River Canyon

The Oregon Trunk Railroad bridge spanning the Crooked River Canyon. The photograph is taken from the floor of the canyon looking up at the bottom of the bridge and the canyon walls. A typed note on the back of the photograph reads, "Kiser 5462. Crooked River Canyon and Bridge (320 Feet High) O T Ry. One mile north of Terrebonne, Ore." Two stamps on the back of the photograph read, "From passenger department The North Bank Road, Portland, Ore." and "In reproducing this picture in any form, copyright notice must appear as follows, Copyright 1912 by Kiser Photo Co. for Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ry."

Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.)

Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge across the Columbia River near Celilo Falls

View of the Oregon Trunk (OT) Rail Bridge across the Columbia River near Wishram Washington. The bridge is also known as the Celilo Bridge. The photograph is taken from the bank on the Oregon side of the river and captures almost the full span of the bridge. A portion of Celilo Village is visible in the foreground. The community of Skien is visible in the distance at the base of the bridge on the Washington side. A note on the back of the photograph reads, "File No. 68 - OT/Celilo Bridge across Columbia River, near Wishram, Wash."

Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.)

Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge across the Columbia River near Celilo Falls

View of the Oregon Trunk (OT) Rail Bridge across the Columbia River near Wishram Washington. The photograph is taken from the tracks on the Washington side of the bridge looking south through the trusses. The bridge is also known as the Celilo Bridge. A note on the back of the photograph reads, "File No. 66 - OT/Celilo Bridge across Columbia River, near Wishram, Wash. Kiser 5475."

Kiser Photo Co. (Portland, Or.)

Oregon Trunk Railroad Bridge Across Crooked River, Central Oregon

Photograph of the Oregon Trunk Railroad Bridge, also known as the Crooked River Railroad Bridge, above the Crooked River in Central Oregon. A construction worker and construction equipment are visible on the bridge. Taken from the shore of the Crooked River and looking up at the bridge. Writing on the front of the print reads, "Oregon Trunk R.Y. Bridge across Crooked River Central Oregon. Length: 340 ft., Height: 320 ft." A separate note reads, "No. 698, Copyrighted by O. Hedlund, Madras, Ore."

Hedlund, John Olof, 1882-1962

Line Change on the SP&S Railway

Photograph showing 2 railroad routes. On the right, a railroad track winds around the side of a mountain. On the left, a railroad bridge crosses a steep area of the same mountain. A few automobiles and a piece of construction equipment sit near the tracks on the lower right. Typed note on the back of the print reads, "Line change - S.P.&S. Ry. Co. Sep. 8, 1951." Stamp on the back reads, "Taken by Wyatt S. Peck for Natt McDougall Company." Second stamp indicates this is a Kodachrome enlargement made by Kodak on November 1, 1951.

Peck, Wyatt S.

Construction of Oregon Electric Railway Bridge over Willamette River at Wilsonville, Oregon

Photograph of the Oregon Electric Railway bridge over the Willamette River at Wilsonville, Oregon. The bridge is under construction. Taken from the shore of the river, looking at the bridge. Handwriting on the back of the print reads, "Oregon Electric Ry. Wilsonville Bridge nearing completion. Frederick Prahl, General Roadmaster (died 1909), 'in charge of construction,' 1906 - 07. Presented Jan 18, 1956 by Margaret L. Chappell - granddaughter, Addie M. Sliven - daughter, 2535 Willamette Blvd. Portland 11 Ore." Postmark stamp on the back of the print reads, "Wilsonville, Sep. 17 P.M. 1907, Oregon."

SP&S Limited crossing Willamette River Bridge

Photograph of an SP&S locomotive #157 pulling a train across the Willamette River Railroad Bridge, also known as the Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge. Taken from the railroad tracks, the locomotive travels toward the camera. Handwriting on the back of the print reads, "Caption: S.P.&S. Limited Crossing Willamette River Bridge. Bottom of pages 45-46. Aug. 85-A." Stamp on the back for Angelus Photo Co.

Angelus Commercial Studio (Portland, Or.)

Wreck of Great Northern Railway Mail Train

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."

Wreck of Great Northern Railway Mail Train

Photographic postcard showing a wrecked Great Northern Railway locomotive at the base of a railroad bridge. Debris from the bridge surrounds the locomotive. Two men stand on the railroad bridge, near the damaged portion. A locomotive and a wrecking crane are on the railroad bridge. Handwriting on the back of the print reads, "Wreck of GN mail train when detouring over SP&S track; hit a work train unloading gravel when fitting trestle just east - McCall station 3 district. Engr. BO Miller of SP&S and GN fireman were killed, no flag out - Lee Brattan was condr of work train and SA(?) Smith was engr."

Railroad Bridge Under Construction

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."