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Glenn Jackson Bridge: This huge structure is the most recent major bridge in Portland, completed in 1982, carrying I-205 across the Columbia River between Oregon and Washington. The four-lane structure is 11,750 feet long and crosses over Government Island in the middle of the river.
The bridge is named after Glenn Jackson, powerful head of the Oregon Highway Commission for many years who was in charge of building Oregon's Interstate freeways, among other things.
This Shoot: Council Crest, the highest point in Portland and once an amusement park (now a regular park), offers great views down on the city of Portland. These shots were taken at dusk.