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This old Route 66 bridge spans the South Canadian River, which at this point is the boundary between Canadian and Caddo Counties in Oklahoma. It is 3,944.33 feet in length and was built jointly by the state and federal governments. Contract for its construction was awarded on August 2, 1932. It was completed and accepted by the state on July 1, 1933. It consists of 38 standard design 100-foot pony truss bridges and two 40-foot approaches.

This old Route 66 bridge spans the South Canadian River, which at this point is the boundary between Canadian and Caddo Counties in Oklahoma. It is 3,944.33 feet in length and was built jointly by the state and federal governments. Contract for its construction was awarded on August 2, 1932. It was completed and accepted by the state on July 1, 1933. It consists of 38 standard design 100-foot pony truss bridges and two 40-foot approaches.

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Explore the ghost town of Nelagoney near Barnsdall, Oklahoma and see Bird Creek Bridge while taking a relaxing drive through the country.

Oklahoma SkyBridge.

The SkyDance Bridge is lighted at night. The bridge spans near Harvey Avenue, Oklahoma City. It is 380 feet long, 20 feet wide and 192 feet tall. The design was inspired by Oklahoma's state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher.

SkyDance Bridge in Oklahoma City. A foot bridge inspired by the scissor-tailed flycatcher, Oklahoma's state bird

The captivating SkyDance Bridge towers over near downtown Oklahoma City and is a sight to behold by day or night. At night it is lit i.

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The Terrifying Swinging Bridge In Oklahoma That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

Located in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, the Pawhuska Swinging Bridge was built in 1926 and was the only way to get into town during high waters.

The wind-sculpted dunes of Little Sahara State Park in Oklahoma create a stark beauty.

Wind-sculpted dunes create a stunning landscape at Little Sahara State Park in Oklahoma. Photo by Deby Snodgrass

Nowhere, OK ~ located approximately .5 mile north of Fort Cobb Lake dam on the east side.

Nowhere, OK ~ located approximately mile north of Fort Cobb Lake dam on the east side.

Oklahoma has more drivable miles of Route 66 than anywhere else. This historic highway that crosses Oklahoma east to west is filled with roadside oddities, delicious diners and fun museums.

Route also known as The Mother Road stretches more than 400 miles through Oklahoma, more than any other state. Drive by or stop at the charming towns, roadside diners and many attractions like the World's Largest Totem Pole.

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