St. Johns Bridge

A Portland Historical Landmark

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The St. Johns Bridge, completed in 1931 is the only large, early steel suspension bridge in the state of Oregon. It’s also the tallest of Portland’s bridges, and after it opened, it marked the end of the use of ferry service across the Willamette River.

It stretches between the St. Johns neighborhood and the northwest industrial area around Linnton. The St. John’s Bridge is a designated Portland Historical Landmark.

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