|Other name(s)||Row River Covered Bridge|
|Total length||105 feet (32 m)|
|Nearest city:||Cottage Grove, Oregon|
|Area:||0.2 acres (0.08 ha)|
|Architectural style:||Howe Truss|
|MPS:||Oregon Covered Bridges TR|
|Added to NRHP:||November 29, 1979|
The Currin Bridge was built in 1925 to replace another bridge built in 1883. The lowest bid received by Lane County for construction of the bridge was $6,250, so the county decided to build the bridge on its own for $4,205, saving $2,495 of taxpayers' money. The bridge was named after a early pioneer family.
In 1979, Lane County completed a new concrete bridge nearby the Currin Bridge and closed the old bridge to traffic. The new bridge is only a few feet away from the Currin Bridge, which is still accessible by pedestrians. In 1987, the bridge had work done fumigating for insects and structural repair, and in the 1993-1995, the Oregon Covered Bridge Program of Lane County received a grant of $48,000 to restore the bridge. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.
- Currin covered bridge on www.oregon.com.
- Currin Bridge on the Oregon Tourism website.
- Media related to Currin Bridge at Wikimedia Commons