Curlew Bridge

In 1901, the cable ferry used to cross the Kettle River at Curlew, Washington was replaced by the sturdy Curlew Bridge, a one-lane bridge, which is still in use. The photogenic Curlew Bridge provides attractive east/west views of the the Kettle River. The bridge, though narrow and antique in appearance, is still actively used by the residents of Curlew, so don’t doddle or block the bridge when taking your photos.

The bridge is located off Hwy 21, on Ferry Street in Curlew, WA.

More Information
Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curlew_Bridge

Curlew Bridge crosses the Kettle River, between Hwy 21 and Curlew, WA. Photo taken from Peggy Brixner Park.
Curlew Bridge crosses the Kettle River, between Hwy 21 and Curlew, WA. Photo taken from Peggy Brixner Park.
Historic Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA (99118)
Historic Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA (99118)
Southern view from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA.  The right side of the photo includes the sandy shores of Peggy Brixner Park.
Southern view from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA. The right side of the photo includes the sandy shores of Peggy Brixner Park.
Northern view from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA.
Northern view from Curlew Bridge, in Curlew, WA.