Portland Bridges. by Ms. Polkow's third grade researchers, Ainsworth Elementary. The Morrison Bridge. The Morrison Bridge was built in 1887, it was the first bridge built in Portland First it was made out of wood then it rotted so they had to replace it with the Morrison Bridge we have now.
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by Ms. Polkow's third grade researchers, Ainsworth Elementary
by Henry & Sophia
by Sophia & Henry
by Lucy, Isabelle, and Sydney!
by Katie and Cassidy
made of steel
by Cassidy and Katie
by Jackson and Eddie
The Fremont Bridge has 2 decks.
The lower deck is for cars going east, and the top deck is for cars going west.
84,000 cars cross the bridge every day.
by Keaka &
by Jordan and Tanner
by Bergin and Ian
The bridge is actually two bridges side by side - two bridges in one!
The Interstate bridge was finished in 1917.
its colour is green!
1st bridge was built in 1917.
by Ella and Tristan
The total length is 3,538ft.
Is 1 of only two bridges across Columbia.
The 2nd bridge was built in 1958.
by Eva and Natalia
It's towers are 408 feet above water. 20,000 vehicles cross each day.It is 6 miles North of the Fremont bridge.
by Leo & Grayson
by Clara and Maya
The Broadway Bridge
Have you ever wondered about the Broadway Bridge?
BY NOAH AND BLAKE
More about The Broadway Bridge
BY BLAKE AND NOAH
Carlisle, Norman, and Madelyn Carlisle. The True Book of Bridges. Chicago: Childrens Press, 1965.
Wortman, Sharon Wood, and Ed Wortman. The Portland Bridge Book. Portland, OR: Urban Adventure Press, 2006.
Wood, Sharon. The Portland Bridge Book. Portland, OR: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1989.
Portland, Our Community: Children's Readings. Portland, OR: Portland Public Schools, 1992.