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Washington Bridges

A list of known surviving Great Northern bridges in Washington

Listings are by line-segment in railroad east-to-west order. Mainlines are listed first; branch lines second.

 

Spokane

Wenatchee

Wenatchee

Seattle

Everett

Blaine

Dean

Boundary

Kettle Falls

Republic

Wenatchee

Oroville

Pacific Coast

Railroad

BRIDGE PHOTOS BUILT LENGTH CURRENT USE LOCATION

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Wenatchee River Bridge

Click for larger image Click for larger image 1914   Cascade & Columbia River Railroad (CSCD) North of Wenatchee across the Wenatchee River, within Confluence County River Park. Click for location on GN system map Click for Yahoo! map July 2002

The Oroville-Wenatchee line, built by the GN in 1914, was sold by the BNSF to the CSCD in 1996.

Photo taken July 11, 2002

Photo taken June 2001 by Leo Harker
Bridge at Chelan Falls Click for larger image       Cascade & Columbia River Railroad (CSCD) North of Chelan Falls along the Columbia River Click for location on GN system map Click for Yahoo! map July 2002  

Photo taken July 10, 2002

Bridge at Pateros Click for larger image       Cascade & Columbia River Railroad (CSCD) Southside of Pateros across the Methow River Click for location on GN system map Click for Yahoo! map July 2002  

Photo taken July 10, 2002

Bridge at Wakefield Click for larger image       Cascade & Columbia River Railroad (CSCD) North of Wakefield across the Okanogan River Click for location on GN system map Click for Yahoo! map July 2002  

Photo taken July 10, 2002

Similkameen River Bridge

Click for larger image       Tracks abandoned Northwest of Oroville Click for location on GN system map Click for Yahoo! map July 2002

This bridge is on the Wenatchee to Brookmere B.C. line that was abandoned north of Oroville in 1972.

Photo taken July 25, 2002

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