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List of crossings of the Columbia River

This is a list of bridges and other crossings of the Columbia River from the Pacific Ocean upstream to its source.

Contents

  • Crossings 1
    • Oregon - Washington 1.1
    • Washington 1.2
    • British Columbia 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Crossings

Photo Crossing River mile Carries Location Coordinates

Oregon - Washington

Astoria-Megler Bridge Astoria-Megler Bridge 13.5[1] US 101 Astoria, Oregon
to Megler, Washington
Wahkiakum County Ferry Wahkiakum County Ferry 43.2 SR 409 Westport, Oregon
to Puget Island, Washington
Julia Butler Hansen Bridge Julia Butler Hansen Bridge n/a[2] SR 409 Puget Island, Washington
to Cathlamet, Washington
Lewis & Clark Bridge Lewis and Clark Bridge 66.0 SR 433 Longview, Washington
to Rainier, Oregon
BNSF 9.6 Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 9.6 105.6 BNSF Railway Portland, Oregon
to Vancouver, Washington
Interstate Bridge Interstate Bridge 106.5 I-5
Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge 112.7 I-205
Bonneville Dam Bonneville Dam 147.1 Lake Bonneville
at Bonneville, Oregon and North Bonneville, Washington
Bridge of the Gods Bridge of the Gods 148.3 Pacific Crest Trail Cascade Locks, Oregon
to near Stevenson, Washington
Hood River Bridge Hood River Bridge 168.8 Hood River, Oregon
to White Salmon, Washington
The Dalles Bridge The Dalles Bridge 191.3 US 197 The Dalles, Oregon
to Dallesport, Washington
The Dalles Dam The Dalles Dam 191.5 Lake Celilo
at The Dalles, Oregon
Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge Oregon Trunk Rail Bridge 200.0 BNSF Railway
Sam Hill Memorial Bridge Sam Hill Memorial Bridge 208.2 US 97 Biggs Junction, Oregon
to Maryhill, Washington
John Day Dam John Day Dam 215.6 Lake Umatilla
Umatilla  Bridge Umatilla Bridge 290.3 I-82 / US 395 Umatilla, Oregon
to Plymouth, Washington
McNary Dam McNary Dam 292.0 Lake Wallula

Washington

Union Pacific Rail bridge 323.5 Union Pacific Railway
BNSF Rail Bridge 328 BNSF Railway Pasco, Washington
to Kennewick, Washington
Cable Bridge Cable Bridge 328.5 SR 397
Blue Bridge Blue Bridge 330 US 395
Interstate 182 Bridge I-182 Bridge aka Lee-Volpentest Bridges 336 I‑182 / US 12 Pasco, Washington
to Richland, Washington
Vernita Bridge Vernita Bridge 388 SR 24 West of Hanford Site
Mattawa Ropeway Conveyor Mattawa Ropeway Conveyor Mattawa, Washington to West of Hanford Site
Priest Rapids Dam Priest Rapids Dam 397.1 Priest Rapids Lake
Beverly Railroad Bridge Beverly Railroad Bridge aka Milwaukee Road Bridge Former Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Beverly, Washington
Wanapum Dam Wanapum Dam 415.8 Lake Wanapum
Vantage Bridge Vantage Bridge I‑90 Vantage, Washington
Rock Island Dam Rock Island Dam 453.4 Rock Island Pool
Rock Island Railroad Bridge BNSF Railway Rock Island, Washington
Senator George Sellar Bridge SR 285 Wenatchee, Washington
to East Wenatchee, Washington
Old Wenatchee Bridge Pedestrian, water pipeline
Richard Odabashian Bridge US 2 / US 97
Rocky Reach Dam Rocky Reach Dam 473.7 Lake Entiat
Beebe Bridge US 97 Chelan, Washington
Wells Dam Wells Dam 515.1 Lake Pateros
Brewster Bridge SR 173 Brewster, Washington
Bridgeport Bridge Bridgeport Bridge SR 17 Bridgeport, Washington
Chief Joseph Dam Chief Joseph Dam 545.1 Rufus Woods Lake
Grand Coulee Bridge Grand Coulee Bridge SR 155 Coulee Dam, Washington
Grand Coulee Dam Grand Coulee Dam 596.6 Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake
Keller Ferry Keller-Wilbur Ferry SR 21 Keller, Washington
to Wilbur, Washington
Gifford–Inchelium Ferry Gifford-Inchelium Ferry Gifford, Washington
to Inchelium, Washington
Kettle Falls Bridges Kettle Falls Bridges US 395 / SR 20
BNSF Railway
Kettle Falls, Washington
Northport Bridge SR 25 Northport, Washington

British Columbia

Trail Bridge Trail Bridge Hwy 3B
Hwy 22A
Trail, British Columbia
Kinnaird Bridge Crowsnest Highway Castlegar, British Columbia
Rail bridge Canadian Pacific Railway Castlegar, British Columbia
to Robson, British Columbia
Castlegar-Robson Bridge Broadwater Rd.
Keenleyside Dam Keenleyside Dam 780.0 North of Castlegar, British Columbia
Needles Cable Ferry Needles Cable Ferry Hwy 6 Needles, British Columbia
to Fauquier, British Columbia
Arrow Park Ferry West Arrow Park
to East Arrow Park
Upper Arrow Lakes Ferry Galena Bay, British Columbia
to Shelter Bay, British Columbia
Big Eddy Bridge Big Eddy Bridge Big Eddy Rd. Revelstoke, British Columbia
Rail bridge, Revelstoke, BC Rail bridge Canadian Pacific Railway
Revelstoke Bridge Revelstoke Bridge Trans-Canada Highway
Hwy 23
Revelstoke Dam Revelstoke Dam 934.0 Revelstoke Lake
Mica Dam Mica Dam 1018.0 Mica Creek, British Columbia
Rail bridge Canadian Pacific Railway Donald, British Columbia
Donald Bridge Trans-Canada Highway
Kicking Horse Drive Bridge Kicking Horse Dr. Golden, British Columbia
Canyon Creek Bridge Nicholson, British Columbia
Parson Bridge Parson River Crossing Rd. Parson, British Columbia
Spillimacheen Bridge Westside Rd. Spillimacheen, British Columbia
Botts Channel Bridge Brisco Rd. Brisco, British Columbia
Brisco Road Bridge Brisco Rd.
Forsters Landing Bridge Forsters Landing Rd. Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
Athalmer Bridge Athalmer Rd. Athalmer, British Columbia
to Invermere, British Columbia
Fairmont Bridge Hwy 93
Hwy 95
Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia

See also

References

  1. ^ "Local Notice to Mariners" (PDF). Week 27/12. U.S. Department of Homeland Security/United States Coast Guard, District: 13. July 3, 2012. p. 9. Retrieved 2012-07-19. 
  2. ^ The bridge does not cross the Columbia's navigation channel, so no river mile information is available.
  • "Bridges". Columbia River History. Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Retrieved 2008-06-28. 
  • "Appendix C. Pertinent Data on Selected Projects" (PDF). Columbia River Water Management Report, Water Year 2001. US Army Corps of Engineers. Retrieved 2008-07-31. 

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