Canary Road Bridge
At Honeyman State Park
Lane County, Oregon
As A Campsite Place

Most bridges are fixed bridges, meaning they have no moving parts and stay in one place until they fail or are demolished. Beam bridges are horizontal beams supported at each end by substructure units and can be either simply supported when the beams only connect across a single span, or continuous when the beams are connected across two or more spans. [from wikipedia]
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Road Over Water
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:09:32 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
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The Canary Road Bridge was a span over water that supported Canary Road. The lack of wind that day allowed for a great reflection.


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Protected Pedestrian Walk
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:11:31 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A protected pedestrian walkway ran alongside the road over the bridge.


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Bronze Sign
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:12:41 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A bronze sign embedded in concrete identified the bridge as, "Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D Lane County Oregon."


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Striped Paddle
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:12:57 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A yellow against black, diagonally striped paddle marker was used to discourage cars from colliding with the edge of the concrete wall.


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Drinking Water
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:12:55 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A sign near the eastbound end of the bridge advised motorists that the water below the bridge was a, "Drinking Water Source. Please help keep it clean and safe."


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A Car
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:13:27 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
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A car traveled over the bridge. From the point of view of the car, the bridge would have seemed just another stretch of road.


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The Other Side
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Canary Road Bridge No. 19-12W-11D external link
Built in 1974
At Honeyman State Park external link
Lane County, Oregon external link
As A Campsite Place external link
(Date Photographed: 16:13:35 Tuesday 6 September 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 April 2017)
© 2017 Bryan Costales
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License
#C16_9224


The other side of the bridge lacked a sidewalk section. But it, too, had a concrete wall with a striped paddle marker for protection.


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