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[[Bridge City]] boasts so many spans across its two mighty rivers that "[[Bridgetown]]" is one of the city's most popular nicknames. (Other common Portland aliases include [[Rose City]], [[Puddletown]], [[PDX]], [[Stumptown]] and others.)
 
[[Bridge City]] boasts so many spans across its two mighty rivers that "[[Bridgetown]]" is one of the city's most popular nicknames. (Other common Portland aliases include [[Rose City]], [[Puddletown]], [[PDX]], [[Stumptown]] and others.)
  
'''Bridges Spanning The [[Willamette River]]'''
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'''Bridges Spanning The [[Willamette River]]''' from South to North:
 
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; South to north.)
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* [[Sellwood Bridge]] (1925)
 
* [[Sellwood Bridge]] (1925)
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* [[Interstate Bridge]] (1917-1918)
 
* [[Interstate Bridge]] (1917-1918)
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* the [[Columbia River Crossing]] (CRC) (proposed)
 
* [[Glenn Jackson Memorial Bridge]] (1982)
 
* [[Glenn Jackson Memorial Bridge]] (1982)
  

Latest revision as of 17:11, 5 March 2014

Portland's Many Bridges

Portland is famous for its bridges. In fact, during the Great Recession a sizable number of Portlandians can be found living under many of them.[1]

Bridge City boasts so many spans across its two mighty rivers that "Bridgetown" is one of the city's most popular nicknames. (Other common Portland aliases include Rose City, Puddletown, PDX, Stumptown and others.)

Bridges Spanning The Willamette River from South to North:

Bridges Over the Columbia River

West to east.)

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