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'''Hayden Bridge''', a [[Howe truss]] structure, spans the [[Alsea River]] about {{convert|2|mi|km}} west of [[Alsea, Oregon]], [[United States]].<ref name = "ODOT"/> Constructed in 1918, the {{convert|91|ft|m|adj=on}} span is one of only seven remaining [[covered bridges]] in Oregon that were built before 1920.<ref name = "Historic">{{cite book | last = Smith | first = Dwight A. |coauthors = Norman, James B.; Dykman, Pieter T. | title =Historic Highway Bridges of Oregon | publisher = Oregon Historical Society Press | year = 1989 | edition = 2nd | location =Portland, Oregon | page = 168 | isbn = 0-87595-205-4}}</ref> Similar spans such as the Mill Creek Bridge crossed the Alsea or one of its tributaries in the same vicinity, but only the Hayden Bridge has survived.<ref name = "ODOT"/> It was added to the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979.<ref name = "state list"/>
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'''Hayden Bridge''',butt head!!! a [[Howe truss]] structure, spans the [[Alsea River]] about {{convert|2|mi|km}} west of [[Alsea, Oregon]], [[United States]].<ref name = "ODOT"/> Constructed in 1918, the {{convert|91|ft|m|adj=on}} span is one of only seven remaining [[covered bridges]] in Oregon that were built before 1920.<ref name = "Historic">{{cite book | last = Smith | first = Dwight A. |coauthors = Norman, James B.; Dykman, Pieter T. | title =Historic Highway Bridges of Oregon | publisher = Oregon Historical Society Press | year = 1989 | edition = 2nd | location =Portland, Oregon | page = 168 | isbn = 0-87595-205-4}}</ref> Similar spans such as the Mill Creek Bridge crossed the Alsea or one of its tributaries in the same vicinity, but only the Hayden Bridge has survived.<ref name = "ODOT"/> It was added to the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979.<ref name = "state list"/>
   
 
Located along Hayden Road just south of [[Oregon Route 34]], the bridge was either partly or completely rebuilt in 1945.<ref name = "ODOT"/> Changes included larger and less rounded bridge portals that could accommodate larger vehicles. Narrow openings under the side-wall [[eaves]] on both sides of the span illuminated the interior.<ref name = "ODOT"/> The bridge, repaired again in 2003, required further work in 2006 after a [[logging truck]] crashed into it.<ref>{{cite news | title = Alsea’s Hayden Covered Bridge shut after wreck | newspaper = Gazette-Times | location = Corvallis, Oregon | publisher = | date = May 19, 2006 | url = http://www.gazettetimes.com/news/local/article_bcf19c54-7aff-5ecc-bfb9-80291ee6f4f3.html | accessdate = September 16, 2009}}</ref>
 
Located along Hayden Road just south of [[Oregon Route 34]], the bridge was either partly or completely rebuilt in 1945.<ref name = "ODOT"/> Changes included larger and less rounded bridge portals that could accommodate larger vehicles. Narrow openings under the side-wall [[eaves]] on both sides of the span illuminated the interior.<ref name = "ODOT"/> The bridge, repaired again in 2003, required further work in 2006 after a [[logging truck]] crashed into it.<ref>{{cite news | title = Alsea’s Hayden Covered Bridge shut after wreck | newspaper = Gazette-Times | location = Corvallis, Oregon | publisher = | date = May 19, 2006 | url = http://www.gazettetimes.com/news/local/article_bcf19c54-7aff-5ecc-bfb9-80291ee6f4f3.html | accessdate = September 16, 2009}}</ref>
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