Suislaw River Bridge, built in 1936 in Florence, Oregon. This bridge and hundreds more in Oregon were designed by the State Bridge Engineer, Conde B. McCullough (1887-1946). He was a pioneer to create a well planned highway system. Function was important to him, but he added Architectural Elegance to each bridge design which has made them Oregon landmarks. The four bridge operator houses are designed in the Art Deco Style.
This is one bridge out of 20 landmark bridges that can be seen along US 101, the Oregon Coast Highway or the Pacific Coast National Scenic Byway. This bridge is listed in the National Register.