Centennial Bridge - Photo by: Bill Cockrell An all-volunteer work force used timbers from two dismantled county bridges in this 3/8-scale version of the Chambers Railroad bridge. Completed for Cottage Grove's 100th Anniversary.. HOW TO GET THERE: The bridge is on Main Street just west of Downtown Cottage Grove. ____________________________________ Centennial Crosses: Coast Fork Wilamette River Length: 84 feet Year Built: 1987 Open to Pedestrian Crossing World Guide Number: 37-20-41 An all-volunteer work force used timbers from two dismantled county bridges in this 3/8-scale version of the Chambers Railroad bridge. Completed for Cottage Grove's 100th Anniversary. ____________________________________ _____________________________________________ Chambers Railroad Crosses: Coast Fork Willamette River Length: 78 feet Year Built: 1925 Privately Owned World Guide Number: 37-20-40 This rustic structure was used by trains to bring logs to a local mill. The trains stopped running in 1943 when the mill burned. The bridge is in poor condition due to lack of upkeep. DIRECTIONS: In Cottage Grove, go south on River Road. RATING: Coast Fork Willamette River (Chambers Railroad) Covered Bridge County: Lane Stream: Coast Fork of the Willamette River Latitude: 4347'22.2"N Longitude: 12304'11.5"W Truss Type: Howe Bridge Length (ft): 78 Year Built: 1936 *1925 World Guide Number: 37-20-40