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Larwood Bridge, Crabtree

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The Larwood Bridge is a covered bridge near Lacomb in Linn County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The bridge crosses Crabtree Creek at Larwood Wayside Park, where the Roaring River empties into the creek, about 3 miles (5 km) north of Lacomb. The 105-foot (32 m) bridge carries Fish Hatchery Road over the creek.
Built in 1939, the bridge was repaired in 2002. It was named after William Larwood, who settled here in 1888, built a store and blacksmith shop, and operated a post office. The bridge had two predecessors, one over the creek and another over the river, adjacent to one another. Both no longer exist.
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  • This is a short drive from Albany and is well worth the drive that takes you into rural areas and sat there is the covered bridge just as if nothing has changed for over a hundred years Quiet... 
    This is a short drive from Albany and is well worth the drive that takes you into rural areas and sat there is the covered bridge just as if nothing has changed for over a hundred years Quiet...  more »
  • In this area from Albany, Stayton and the broader Scio Area (Lacombe, Crab Tree, etc.) there are 6 Covered Bridges called Stayton-Jordan, Hannah, Gilkey, Larwood, Hoffman and Shimanek. The history of....  more
    In this area from Albany, Stayton and the broader Scio Area (Lacombe, Crab Tree, etc.) there are 6 Covered Bridges called Stayton-Jordan, Hannah, Gilkey, Larwood, Hoffman and Shimanek. The history of....  more »
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  • Beautiful place to visit. Small but nice at Larwood Wayside Park with public bathrooms. The bridge crosses Crabtree Creek and converges with the Roaring River. It is about 3 miles north of Lacomb, Oregon.
  • One of my favorite bridges in Scio area. I am hoping that someone comes and cleeans off the moss before it starts ruining this beautiful bridge.

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