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Sunset on the Bridge to Nowhere

When completed in 1966 the Astoria-Megler bridge (Astoria, Oregon and Point Ellice, Washington) was the worlds longest continuous-truss bridge

Megler, Washington is a unincorporated community 3.1 miles away and does not have a US Census count, so critics at the time claimed "It was a bridge to nowhere."

This uncropped photo is from the rooftop of Hotel Elliott in Astoria, Oregon.

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