Historic Columbia River Highway, US Route 30

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Built between 1913 and 1922, U.S. Route 30, known today as the Historic Columbia River Highway is a masterpiece of artistic design and innovative engineering know how. This slow paced and scenic drive connects Portland with The Dallas, and showcases numerous waterfalls and historic locations such as Vista House, Multnomah Falls, Cascade Locks, Bonneville and Rowena Crest. The Historic Columbia River Highway is a breathtaking reminder of earlier times when craftsmanship and design merged with the natural environment in a way rarely seen today. In this photograph is a forested view of the 150 foot concrete arch, Sheppards Dell bridge, built in 1914. Multnomah County, Columbia Gorge Recreation Area.

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Image Number: 511-177-617

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Built between 1913 and 1922, U.S. Route 30, known today as the Historic Columbia River Highway is a masterpiece of artistic design and innovative engineering know how. This slow paced and scenic drive connects Portland with The Dallas, and showcases numerous waterfalls and historic locations such as Vista House, Multnomah Falls, Cascade Locks, Bonneville and Rowena Crest. The Historic Columbia River Highway is a breathtaking reminder of earlier times when craftsmanship and design merged with the natural environment in a way rarely seen today. In this photograph is a forested view of the 150 foot concrete arch, Sheppards Dell bridge, built in 1914. Multnomah County, Columbia Gorge Recreation Area.

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