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Grave Creek Covered Bridge (interior)
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Built in 1920, the Grave Creek Covered Bridge is located at Sunny Valley, Oregon, & is the only covered bridge visible from Interstate 5.  Also the only bridge in Josephine County, it spans 105'.  Grave Creek itself was named after Martha Leland Crowley who died at the age of 16 in 1846 from typhoid fever & is buried near the creek.  Zoom to the north on the right side of the road where the powerlines start to see her grave as it remains.

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Uploaded: 09/04/2012
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