Wendling Bridge -- 18K

Wendling Bridge

World Guide Number: 37-20-36

Wendling Bridge gets it name from George Wendling, director of the Booth-Kelley Lumber Company which provided the huge single piece timbers for the upper and lower chords in the Pengra Bridge truss. It was built by Lane County in 1938 under the supervision of A.C. Striker, the Bridge Superintendent, for a cost of $2,241.

From Springfield head north on Marcola Road (14th St.). At Marcola, turn right on Wendling Road and follow this to the bridge.