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Willamette River - Portland, Oregon

Tug Boat On The Willamette River - Burnside Bridge and the Convention Center in the background - Portland, Oregon

Mount Hood, the Willamatte River, Portland Oregon, USA , from Iryna

Hood, the Willamette river, and the freeway interchange viewed from the west hills of Portland, Oregon--drive by and look at all the architecture

Bridge Town---So nicknamed because Portland sits on two sides of the Willamette River, and over the years eight bridges have been built to enable free traffic movement between the two sides of the river.

Nicknamed Bridge Town because Portland sits on both sides of the Willamette River, and over the years eight bridges have been built to enable free traffic movement between the two sides

End of the Oregon Trail. Oregon City. Willamette Falls w/Mt Hood in the distance. It is the largest waterfall in the PNW by volume, and the 17th widest in the world. Horseshoe in shape, it is 1500 ft wide and 40 ft high w/ a flow of 30,849 cu ft/s; located 26 mi upriver from the Willamette's mouth on the Colombia River

One of the most breathtaking viewpoints along the trail, this spot along Interstate 205 gives a stunning look at Willamette Falls from the West Linn side of the river. On clear days you can also see Mt. Hood standing proudly in the background.

Bike & Pedestrian only path along the bottom of the bridge! From the shop, ride Couch to the waterfront & turn left @cyclepdx  cyclepdx.com   Steel Bridge - Willamette River, Portland, Oregon

Steel Bridge - Willamette River, Portland, Oregon The steel Bridge crosses the Willamette River Opened in it is the oldest vertical lift bridge in the United States, the oldest is the Hawthorne bridge also a Portland bridge

Under St. John's Bridge in Portland Oregon - there's a park that looks like a cathedral! | 22 Of The Coolest Places To Get Married In America

22 Of The Coolest Places To Get Married In America

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