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Columbia River Highway: A State Road That Is a Model of Artistic Engineering

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Identifier ORU_WTXT_010,122
Title Columbia River Highway: A State Road That Is a Model of Artistic Engineering
Description 4 p. Article describing the building of the Columbia River Highway, including construction details. The article also contains six photographs: one full-page photograph depicting a picturesque curve around the cliffs at Shepperd's Dell, one showing Horse-tail falls, one showing the observation windows in the tunnel at Storm Cliff, one showing the bridge at Sheppherd's Dell, one depicting the view from Chanticleer Inn, and one showing the panormaic view at Crown Point. Also included on two of... 4
Relation The Columbia River Highway : a State Road that is a Model of Artistic Engineering. Scientific American Supplement v. 82, no. 2113 (July 1, 1916) p.8-9. University of Oregon Libraries Print Version Available
Subject Scenic overlooks; Rivers; Passes (Landforms); Mountains; Tourism; Automobile travel; Bridges; Tunnels; Roads; Civil Engineering; Scenic byways; Rivers; Mountain passes; Mountains; Tourism; Automobile travel; Bridges -- Design and construction; Tunnels; Tunneling; Roads; Roads -- Design and construction; Civil Engineering; Columbia River Highway, Oregon; Columbia River; Cascade Range; Portland, Oregon; Hood River, Oregon; Journal Article;
Publisher New York, Scientific American, Inc. University of Oregon Libraries
Date 1916-07-01
Rights This item is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
Language English
Type Text;

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