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The Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge

450 N. 7th Ave, Stayton, Oregon 97383 USA

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“a bridge to Oregon's rich history”

Prior to 1986, The Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge spanned Thomas Creek in neighboring Linn County several miles east of Scio. The original bridge location had once been the site for a dam, a cheese factory, two mills and a general store. Patterned after the Jordan Bridge, which spanned Thomas Creek, east of Scio it was moved to Pioneer Park in 1988, but burned in 1994. The current Stayton-Jordan Bridge is newly rebuilt.

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April 01, 2016

Prior to 1986, the Jordan Bridge spanned Thomas Creek in neighboring Linn County several miles east of Scio. The original bridge location had once been the site for a dam, a cheese factory, two mills and a general store.
Patterned after the Jordan Bridge, which spanned Thomas Creek, east of Scio it was moved to Pioneer Park in 1988, but burned in 1994. The current Stayton-Jordan Bridge is newly rebuilt.

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June 17, 2015

Prior to 1986, the Jordan Bridge spanned Thomas Creek in neighboring Linn County several miles east of Scio. The original bridge location had once been the site for a dam, a cheese factory, two mills and a general store.
Patterned after the Jordan Bridge, which spanned Thomas Creek, east of Scio it was moved to Pioneer Park in 1988, but burned in 1994. The current Stayton-Jordan Bridge is newly rebuilt.

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