Currin is the only Oregon Bridge which is painted with two colors, red on the sides with white portals. It was built in 1925 at a cost of $4,025 replacing the original span, built in 1883 for $1,935. It employs the Howe Truss to bear the load of this 105 ft. span across the Coast Fork of the Willamette River. By-passed in 1979 by its neighboring concrete span, Currin Bridge is still accessible by foot.
Go four miles southeast of Cottage Grove on Row River Road to its intersection with Layng Road. Mosby Creek bridge is one mile away also on Layng Road.