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McCullough Memorial Bridge, Coos Bay
(4.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The bridge is a bit spooky to travel across the first time. The old bridge is very high above the bay and a bit narrow. It's Hard to appreciate the view if your driving but is a pretty great experienc...  more »
  • You have to drive over it to get to North Bend/Coos Bay, built in 1939 to replace a ferry system, but high enough to allow big ship to come into port. Named after the state engineer who designed the b...  more »
  • We crossed the Coos Bay Bridge as we left the city and headed north along the Oregon Coast. It's iron construction added a lot of character to the riverfront and offered a pleasant view of the surroun...  more »
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  • This historic bridge has a lot of stories associated with it, and many of those can be found in publications at the Coos County Historical Society. It is a beautiful structure and well worth the effort to visit. There is a lovely park at the North Bend end of the bridge, and the avenue to Horsfall beach is accessible from the other end. To get the best visual effect, go down the stairs on the North Bend end and take a look at the magnificent arches from that perspective.
  • I just love it through and through.