United States Manning – Rye Covered Bridge

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Joe Becker

About this spot
This spot has a view of the Manning-Rye Covered Bridge which crosses the Palouse River. The view includes basalt canyon walls and cliffs behind the bridge, aspen and cottonwood trees along the river, and pine trees on the slopes of the canyon walls.

The Manning-Rye Covered Bridge is also known as the Harpole Bridge. It was built in 1918 by the Spokane and Inland Empire Railroad. The top of the bridge isn’t actually covered, but was left open when the bridge was built to accommodate electrical lines, as the original railroad using the bridge was electrical.

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