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The Lowell Bridge is a covered bridge spanning Dexter Reservoir on the Middle Fork Willamette River in Lowell, Oregon, United States, connecting Route 58 to the city of Lowell. The original bridge was completed in 1907 and rebuilt in 1945, and it has undergone extensive maintenance since then. The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 and a bypassing bridge for automobiles was constructed the same year. The Lowell Bridge was closed to automobiles in 1981, and an interpretive center was built in 2006.

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Lowell Bridge 
place in Oregon listed on National Register of Historic Places
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Instance ofcovered bridge
Location Lane County, Oregon
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Heritage designation
  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1979)
Date of official opening
  • 1945
43° 54′ 34.56″ N, 122° 46′ 48″ W
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Lowell Bridge (en); Крытый мост Лоуэлл (ru) place in Oregon listed on National Register of Historic Places (en); pont américain (fr); brug in Oregon, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)