The Dalles Bridge

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The Dalles Bridge
Gulick Homestead and The Dalles Bridge - The Dalles Oregon.jpg
Carries US 197
Crosses Columbia River
Locale The Dalles, Oregon
Design cantilever truss
Total length 3,339 ft
Longest span 576 ft
Opened December 18, 1953
Coordinates 45°36′36″N 121°08′21″W / 45.610136°N 121.139099°W / 45.610136; -121.139099 (The Dalles Bridge)Coordinates: 45°36′36″N 121°08′21″W / 45.610136°N 121.139099°W / 45.610136; -121.139099 (The Dalles Bridge)

The Dalles Bridge is a steel cantilever truss bridge that spans the Columbia River between The Dalles, Oregon and Dallesport, Washington. It carries the traffic of U.S. Route 197.

The bridge had a toll from its opening until November 1, 1974 when the bridge's construction bond was paid off.[1]


The Dalles Bridge as very wide image

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