Upon seeing the cows, I immediately thought Bovine Bridge might be a good name for this one. Well, it so happens that this bridge was built by Doc Fourtner and his wife, in 1932, to allow their dairy cows safe passage across the South Yamhill River in Polk County, Oregon, USA. The trusses are of the Queenpost type.
Both ends of the bridge are boarded up and barbed wire fences are across the approaches which indicates this privately owned bridge may no longer be safe for pedestrian traffic or it could be a liability issue. The owners are kind enough to allow visitors to walk through the pasture to get some photos. Be sure to close the gate behind you or the cows will get out.
Part of the Covered Bridges of Oregon series.